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Iosafe 216 San/nas Server With Wd Red Hard Drives - Dual-core [2 Core] 1.30 Ghz - 2 X Total Bays - 2 Tb Hdd - 512 Mb Ram Ddr3 Sdram - Serial Ata/300 - Raid Supported 0, 1, Basic, Hybrid (216-2tb1yr)
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Description

The Fire and Waterproof NAS/RAID Storage Solution

The ioSafe 216 is a fireproof and waterproof, network connected, multi-drive NAS/RAID storage device for terabytes of your precious or business data. Designed to be the center of your private cloud, the ioSafe 216 is powered by a Synology DSM motherboard and operating system. It allows for fast access on your local network and remote access from nearly any device connected to the internet - all secured and protected by you. The ioSafe 216 is designed and assembled by ioSafe in California - a data storage company with a vision to protect the world's photos, videos and business data in the vulnerable public cloud.

Praise for ioSafe products:

  • The best way I have found to protect your data.
    Jim Rossman, The Dallas Morning News
  • The surest way to keep local data safe that we have ever seen.
    Julian Reiche, MaximumPC
  • An excellent small business storage solution.
    Steven Sande, TUAW
  • This thing is amazing.
    Murray Hill, Canada.com

It's all about you. Your data. Your stuff. All of it.

The ioSafe 216 is the first disaster-proof private cloud device of it's kind. Like an aircraft black box for your data, the ioSafe 216 is designed to protect and secure terabytes of the most precious data on the planet - your data

The Cloud Problem: Slow, Pricey and Insecure

If you have 20-30 GB to protect, the public cloud is an option. If you have terabytes to store, the traditional public cloud breaks down quickly.

Speed

Moving a terabyte online can take months. Three or four terabytes? Fuggedaboutit! Months to upload and months to download. It's faster to ship a hard drive across the country than to try to stream the data across the internet. The situation is only getting worse as data growth will continue to exceed bandwidth over the foreseeable future. It's the equivalent of pushing the Pacific Ocean through a garden hose.

Security

No one in the public cloud cares as much about your data as you do. Information gets hacked, deleted and compromised in the public cloud as the biggest databases represent the juiciest targets for hackers. Staying in control of how your local data is stored, accessed and managed is an excellent way to avoid risks of the public cloud. The ioSafe 216 has a hardware encryption engine that supports AES-NI encryption for securing your data on-site.

Cost

To store a couple of terabytes on Amazon's S3 Storage over three years will cost over $8000. Granted Mozy, Carbonite or Backblaze combined with Dropbox can be a fantastic setup if (1) you don't have terabytes of data and (2) you don't have them on a NAS and (3) you don't care about disaster recovery for all your programs or OS in addition to your data.

Private Cloud

The private cloud (aka NAS with cloud-like applications: picture sharing, music streaming and file syncing) can help solve the speed and security issues associated with the public cloud. It's fast when you're local and accessible when you're remote. The security is set by you and only you: simply pull the plug out of the wall if you want to completely lock out all external access to your data. Once your data is out in the public cloud, you lose control over how or where your data is stored. It will invariably get replicated across the internet and can never be made completely secure again.



Package Contents:
  • 216 SAN/NAS Server with WD Red Hard Drives
  • Installation Disc
  • Welcome Note
  • Assembling Kit
  • AC Power Cord
  • AC Power Adapter
  • 1 x RJ-45 LAN Cable

Features

Package Contents: 
  • 216 SAN/NAS Server with WD Red Hard Drives
  • Installation Disc
  • Welcome Note
  • Assembling Kit
  • AC Power Cord
  • AC Power Adapter
  • 1 x RJ-45 LAN Cable


Environmentally Friendly: Yes

Environmental Certification: RoHS

Specification

General Information
ManufacturerioSafe, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number216-2TB1YR
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.iosafe.com
Brand NameioSafe
Product Model216
Product Name216 SAN/NAS Server with WD Red Hard Drives
Marketing Information

The Fire and Waterproof NAS/RAID Storage Solution

The ioSafe 216 is a fireproof and waterproof, network connected, multi-drive NAS/RAID storage device for terabytes of your precious or business data. Designed to be the center of your private cloud, the ioSafe 216 is powered by a Synology DSM motherboard and operating system. It allows for fast access on your local network and remote access from nearly any device connected to the internet - all secured and protected by you. The ioSafe 216 is designed and assembled by ioSafe in California - a data storage company with a vision to protect the world's photos, videos and business data in the vulnerable public cloud.

Praise for ioSafe products:

  • The best way I have found to protect your data.
    Jim Rossman, The Dallas Morning News
  • The surest way to keep local data safe that we have ever seen.
    Julian Reiche, MaximumPC
  • An excellent small business storage solution.
    Steven Sande, TUAW
  • This thing is amazing.
    Murray Hill, Canada.com

It's all about you. Your data. Your stuff. All of it.

The ioSafe 216 is the first disaster-proof private cloud device of it's kind. Like an aircraft black box for your data, the ioSafe 216 is designed to protect and secure terabytes of the most precious data on the planet - your data

The Cloud Problem: Slow, Pricey and Insecure

If you have 20-30 GB to protect, the public cloud is an option. If you have terabytes to store, the traditional public cloud breaks down quickly.

Speed

Moving a terabyte online can take months. Three or four terabytes? Fuggedaboutit! Months to upload and months to download. It's faster to ship a hard drive across the country than to try to stream the data across the internet. The situation is only getting worse as data growth will continue to exceed bandwidth over the foreseeable future. It's the equivalent of pushing the Pacific Ocean through a garden hose.

Security

No one in the public cloud cares as much about your data as you do. Information gets hacked, deleted and compromised in the public cloud as the biggest databases represent the juiciest targets for hackers. Staying in control of how your local data is stored, accessed and managed is an excellent way to avoid risks of the public cloud. The ioSafe 216 has a hardware encryption engine that supports AES-NI encryption for securing your data on-site.

Cost

To store a couple of terabytes on Amazon's S3 Storage over three years will cost over $8000. Granted Mozy, Carbonite or Backblaze combined with Dropbox can be a fantastic setup if (1) you don't have terabytes of data and (2) you don't have them on a NAS and (3) you don't care about disaster recovery for all your programs or OS in addition to your data.

Private Cloud

The private cloud (aka NAS with cloud-like applications: picture sharing, music streaming and file syncing) can help solve the speed and security issues associated with the public cloud. It's fast when you're local and accessible when you're remote. The security is set by you and only you: simply pull the plug out of the wall if you want to completely lock out all external access to your data. Once your data is out in the public cloud, you lose control over how or where your data is stored. It will invariably get replicated across the internet and can never be made completely secure again.

Packaged Quantity1
Product TypeSAN/NAS Server
Additional Product Specifications
Full Product SpecificationsClick to view
Storage
Number of Hard Drives Installed2
Total Hard Drive Capacity2 TB
Processor & Chipset
Processor CoreDual-core (2 Core)
Processor Speed1.30 GHz
Memory
Standard Memory512 MB
Memory TechnologyDDR3 SDRAM
Network & Communication
Ethernet TechnologyGigabit Ethernet
I/O Expansions
Number of Total Expansion Bays2
Number of 2.5"/3.5" Bays2
Controllers
Controller TypeSerial ATA/300
RAID SupportedYes
RAID Levels0, 1, Basic, Hybrid RAID, JBOD
Interfaces/Ports
Total Number of USB Ports1
Number of USB 2.0 Ports1
Number of USB 3.0 Ports2
Network (RJ-45)Yes
Management & Protocols
Protocols
Physical Characteristics
Height5.9"
Width9.1"
Depth11.5"
Form FactorDesktop
Title
ProductTitleioSafe 216 SAN/NAS Server with WD Red Hard Drives - Dual-core (2 Core) 1.30 GHz - 2 x Total Bays - 2 TB HDD - 512 MB RAM DDR3 SDRAM - Serial ATA/300 - RAID Supported 0, 1, Basic, Hybrid RAID, JBOD - 2 x 2.5"/3.5" Bay - Gigabit Ethernet - Network (RJ-45) - 1 x USB Ports - 1 - 2 USB 3.0 Port(s) - Telnet, DLNA, SMTP, LDAP, WEBDAV, iSCSI, SSL/TLS, AFP, CIFS, UPnP, HTTPS, ... - Desktop

Warranty Information

Limited Warranty1 Year
Beach Audio Warranty

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday, December 07, 2016.

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