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Buffalo launches economical, feature-rich NAS solution for small businesses

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New TeraStation™ 3200 offers affordable, business-class storage solution for businesses and home demands

London, 5th October 2015 – Buffalo Technology, the global manufacturer of storage and networking solutions, today launches the TeraStation 3200 (TS3200), an economical and feature-rich 2-Bay Network Attached Storage (NAS) solution for small businesses, branch offices and high-demand home-users.

With an RRP of £339 for the 2 TB model, the TS3200 offers small businesses and home offices an affordable business-class feature-set, with fast network transfer rates and available capacities of up to 4 TB (RRP £409) and 8 TB (RRP £559). The device is equipped with the Marvell ARMADA Dual-Core CPU processor and 1 GB of DDR3 RAM.

Combining the quality and versatility that Buffalo-users have come to expect, the TS3200 is jam-packed with features normally reserved for enterprise-size businesses. The device comes with Active Directory support, IP camera recording and iSCSI target, and a faster and easy-to-use interface. In addition, the TS3200 offers two Gigabit Ethernet ports, and two high-speed USB 2.0 ports.

The TS3200 protects business and user data through RAID technology, a hot swap functionality that allows users to change disks without downtime. As an added bonus, the device comes with 11 free Novastor NovaBACKUP® Buffalo Edition licenses.

Hiroshi Nagao, Managing Director of Buffalo EU B.V., said: “The TS3200 series offers a high performing, secure and reliable NAS to meet the needs of even the most demanding users, at a very affordable price.

“Buffalo recognises that high-performing NAS solutions are critical for both small businesses and home-users with significant storage demands. With its extensive range of business-class features, TS3200 offers a comprehensive and premium-quality data storage solution, but at a price that will fit smaller budgets.”