TerraMaster launches Six Bay NAS T6-423 for SMBs

TerraMaster has announced the T6-423 NAS system. The new TerraMaster NAS, built on the Intel hardware platform, is aimed at applications in the segment of small and medium-sized businesses. The NAS network storage is claimed to be a professional-grade solution that does not require large acquisition costs and integration into existing infrastructure.

TerraMaster T6-423 NAS network storage

The personal NAS is based on the Celeron N5105/N5095 processor with four processing cores, the clock frequency of which reaches 2.0 GHz in normal mode and 2.9 GHz in turbo mode. The amount of RAM is expandable from 4 GB in the base configuration to 32 GB (two SO-DIMMs).

The new NAS network storage can deal with high-load workflow and a high level of concurrent user access. Rapid document storage and management are facilitated by high-speed document retrieval, efficient transmission performance, and rich TerraMaster disaster backup and recovery solutions.

The T6-423 NAS system has a high-quality silent fan and optimized internal structure, which increases the equipment’s internal wind pressure and reduces the working temperature of the hard disk.

Six hot-swap LFF or SFF drive bays are available with the SATA interface. The maximum allowed internal capacity is 120 TB – 6 × 20 TB. The storage has two 2.5GbE (RJ-45) network ports with aggregation capability.

There are two M.2 connectors for PCIe 3.0 (NVMe) solid-state modules that can act as caching drives. There are two USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-A ports and an HDMI connector. The device has dimensions of 226 × 130 × 218 mm and weighs 2.5 kg (without drives). An air cooling system with two fans with a diameter of 80 mm is used.

TerraMaster T6-423 price and availability

The TerraMaster T6-423 price is $699.99 and can be purchased via the Amazon.com online store.

Earlier this year, TerraMaster released the F2-423 NAS, designed for SMB server use in small and medium-sized businesses. The network attached storage device is built on the Intel hardware platform. It costs $379.99 / £339.99.

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