ASUSTOR NAS with its updated ADM operating system now gives the users to store terabytes of HD images. If you are a photographer and deals in a variety of HD images and videos then it provides a way to centralize all your data which can be accessed from anywhere over the internet. ASUSTOR NAS devices support the largest capacity hard disks which the user can use as their own private cloud storage via easy to manage web interface or client.
The ADM OS also provides a range of comprehensive backup solutions allowing photographers to backup NAS data to other devices or to public cloud storage.
Like most of the NAS of Asustor, the AS6208T features:
- HDMI 1.4b ports, S/PDIF fibre optic audio output
- Infrared receivers
- Hardware acceleration engines
- Ultra-high resolution 4K videos
- Intel Celeron Braswell quad-core processors
- 4 GB of dual-channel memory
- Read speed of 398 MB/s and write of 355/s MB under RAID 5 configuration.
- ADM 3.3 firmware
- AES-NI hardware encryption
- 256-bit data encryption
- Network defender
- Antivirus software
- And more…
Few other features:
A cold backup feature that turns NAS drives into a removable drive that gives photographers a provision to directly move their data from system to NAS.
One Touch Backup
ASUSTOR’s AiMaster mobile app executes backups remotely which allows for quick backup of photos to the ASUSTOR NAS without the use of PC.
Create Your Own Online Album with ASUSTOR’s Photo Gallery App
Photo Gallery App allows one to quickly create online photo albums and share with friends, family and clients. Additionally, it provides commenting system to directly comment on each other’s images plus social media sharing is also possible…
AiFoto app with ASUSTOR NAS’s Photo Gallery online photo album allows to manage and view photos from the convenience of mobile devices.
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