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ASUSTOR users will be able to create a small to medium sized surveillance system
The AS6208T and AS6210T also feature a hot-swappable hard disk design and have passed stringent compatibility tests for Seagate
ASUSTOR Inc., a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has launched two powerful flagship tower models in the AS6208T and AS6210T. This series of NAS devices comes equipped with the newest generation of Intel quad-core processors providing stable and reliable system performance. The AS6208T and AS6210T also feature a hot-swappable hard disk design and have passed stringent compatibility tests for Seagate’s newly launched high capacity 8TB disks, designed specifically for surveillance use. With these high-capacity disks, users are able to create high capacity recording storage spaces of up to 64TB and 80TB, respectively. Combined with ASUSTOR’s professional surveillance application, users will be able to create a small to medium sized surveillance system consisting of 1 to 25 cameras, helping them to increase security in their workplace and solve any surveillance issues.

“We are honoured to continue our long-term partnership with Seagate, which has been nothing but fruitful. Seagate’s new 8TB surveillance hard disks can help business owners to resolve issues with ever expanding storage needs while making high definition surveillance recording more commonplace,” said James Su, Product Manager at ASUSTOR. “We are elated that the AS6210T and our other NAS products have passed compatibility tests, giving ASUSTOR NAS users a superior choice when selecting dedicated hard disks to create a cost-effective and reliable surveillance solution.”

All are welcome to experience ASUSTOR’s newest model: The AS6210T

Secutech Exhibition Date: April 19-21, 2016

Location: Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, 4th Floor #3521

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