In order to address the ever-growing data
storage requirements for home use, D-Link launched a new product from its
stable. The D-Link DNS-320 is a ShareCenter 2-Bay Network Storage device,
designed for users looking for a central storage location for sharing or
backing up data.
D-Link DNS-320 network-attached storage (NAS)
solution features an upgraded hardware platform and intuitive user interface,
enabling consumers to easily share documents, files and digital media with
everyone on a home network.
This next generation storage device provides
users with centralized storage to help protect, manage, share, stream and
remotely access data. With D-Link DNS-320 files are protected by the
built-in RAID 1 mirroring technology from drive failure, and protected by
various backup solutions.
D-Link DNS-320 is packed with dual SATA
3.5-inch drive bay for up to 4TB of total storage, ensuring plenty of storage
for today’s home users. Further it also has a single USB 2.0 port, RAID
support, integrated P2P, gigabit Ethernet, and a built in web file-server app.
With a complementary piece to D-Link’s
digital home solutions, consumers can utilize ShareCenter products for a number
of applications – whether it’s connecting directly to the wireless router,
storing video from mydlink-enabled IP cameras, or streaming video to your TV.
D-Link DNS features remote access to files
through a built-in web file server app and FTP server. Its Peer-to-Peer
download engine allows users to download torrent without turning on the PC. The
DNS-320 includes its own internal 800 MHz processor, a simplified interface and
software for finding and managing files. It also features AFP and Time Machine
support for Mac users.
By TelecomLead.com Team