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We've been perplexed by Apple Music, and how it streams you a live version of a song in the middle of a studio album you own. We've blinked a bit when half a dozen tracks were gone from our favorite playlist. What we haven't been is annoyed that Apple has deleted any of our music, because it hasn't. If you think tracks are deleted, then there is something else going on. Yet whether you deleted them while distracted, or somebody at Apple is giggling at their secret malicious update to iTunes, there is no reason it should be more than an annoyance.
Promise Technology is giving customers a sneak peak at its upcoming Thunderbolt 3 NAS devices for creative professionals at the 2016 NAB trade show. The new Pegasus 3 Series with Thunderbolt 3 will be available in 4-, 6-, and 8-bay configurations with transfer speeds up to 40Gbps. Also on display at the show will be Promise Technology's forthcoming 16G Fiber Channel Enterprise Storage System.
Asustor has brought two new high capacity 8-bay AS6208T and 10-bay AS6210T models to market. The new models are fitted with Intel Celeron quad-core processors clocked at 1.6GHz and 4GB of dual-channel DDR3L RAM, though this is upgradeable to 8GB. Both are also equipped with an HDMI 1.4b port allowing the transfer of 4K Ultra HD video and are capable of read speeds up to 398MB/s and write speeds of up to 355MB/s under link aggregation and RAID 5 configurations.
QNAP Systems today announced the "world's first and only" 4K QTS-Android Combo NAS units, the TAS-168 and TAS-268. In addition to wide network protocol compatibility, both systems share the same storage database, allowing users to simultaneously access media files and documents from QNAP's QTS and Android.
Netgear has added three more items to its networking product range in the United States, by launching a router and a network attached storage device. The ReadyNAS 212 and 214 are ARM-based NAS appliances that can perform real-time 1080p HD streaming and transcoding of MPEG4, H.264, and other codecs, while the Nighthawk X8 AC5300 Wi-Fi Router offers high-speed connectivity in the home, with combined Wi-Fi speeds of up to 5.3Gbps.
Asustor has announced the launch of four high-performance tower model network attached storage (NAS) devices. The new models are the first in the world to be equipped with Intel Braswell processors, and feature the AS6202T and AS6204T powered by quad-core processors, and the AS6102T and AS6104T powered by dual-core processors.
QNAP Systems, Inc. today announced the Thunderbolt 2 Turbo vNAS TVS-871T. The new attached storage device features 20Gbps bandwidth, 4K video capable Thunderbolt 2, and compatibility with the Thunderbolt-ready storage expansion enclosures TX-500P and TX-800P. The high transfer speed of DAS and the accessibility of NAS is aimed at creative media professionals looking to streamline large 4K video and design workflows.
Storage company WD has grown both its WD Red and Black hard drive lines. Announced today, the company has added 5TB and 6TB models to both drive lines. Both have similar architectures, and boast faster speeds than previous models in the same lines.
For every computer user, there comes a point of critical mass in data storage. When it hits, external hard drives, USB sticks and DVD burning may no longer be feasible for the constant back-and-forth of data transfers that are a part of a daily routine. When it comes to that, what are users left to do? The next jump is to network-attached storage (NAS). But what options are there for computer users that don't know much about setup, but don't want to be stuck with a non-upgradeable solution? Don't worry, because Thecus has an easy-to-use, frustration-free option with the N2310. Find out how it stacks up in our review.
In a world where consumers are witnessing the shrinking size of technology, TiVo decided to offer up a product that goes in the opposite direction. Today, the company unveiled the TiVo Mega, a massive entry into the digital video recorder (DVR) market that gives some users a way to record more than 26,000 hours of television in a single unit.