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- Syncbox for accessing files over the Internet
- Free client apps for Windows, Android, and iOS devices
- DLNA/iTunes servers to sync your Android/Apple (iOS) devices
- Integrated BitTorrent client for seamless downloading
- Supports multimode operation—RAID 0/1 and JBOD
- Supports Windows XP/Vista/7/8, Linux, and MAC OS 8.6 or above
Ideal for work and home
Storm NAS lets you stream media to compatible DLNA-/UPnP-capable devices as well as upload and access data on the go via PC, Mac, and compatible smartphones and tablets. It provides ample storage space for music, movies, and other files, so you can easily centralize and organize your family's media in one secure location. Moreover, it’s enhanced data protection and RAID configuration features make it ideal for archiving critical data at work.
Compact yet powerful private cloud server
Sleek and lightweight, Storm NAS is a specially designed 2-bay network attached storage (NAS) with precision engineered parts and a high-quality metal casing. It provides beginners as well as advanced users with affordable network storage as well as the capability to host, share, and protect data. The free Syncbox app allows you to connect to your private cloud server over the Internet from anywhere in the world through desktops, smartphones, or tablets.
Media server for streaming multimedia content
With a built-in DLNA Digital Media Server (DMS) and iTunes Server, Storm NAS serves as your primary media server and is capable of hosting digital multimedia content for local or remote playback. Once connected to a router, Storm NAS streams music, photos, and videos to DLNA-compliant devices such as DLNA TVs, smartphones, tablets, and gaming consoles as well as iTunes clients on the network without any pre-configuration.
Access your files anywhere from your private cloud
Storm NAS is the perfect destination for backing up your data—whether you’re a Windows or Mac user. Its comprehensive cloud service allows you to sync files among multiple devices, including Windows PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, and Android as well as Windows mobile devices. The built-in FTP server lets you securely access your data over the Internet, and your data remains protected as it’s not on any public cloud server.
Integrated BitTorrent client
What makes Storm NAS even more useful is its integrated BitTorrent client, which lets you upload multiple torrent files through a graphical interface and downloads the files without the need of a separate PC.
Easy to set up
The inbuilt Ethernet port enables simple connection to your existing network, making it easy to access stored files from multiple devices. The USB 2.0 host port lets you connect USB hard drives for increased storage as well as printers for sharing on your private network.
|In Depth||- Easy installation–plug and play - 2 x 3.5” SATA HDD (max capacity of up to 3TB each) - Supports JBOD, RAID0, RAID1, and normal configurations - Enhanced data protection and high performance storage - Automatic disk rebuild (under SAFE Mode) - Gigabit LAN interface and USB 2.0 host port for sharing a printer or another hard disk on the network - Supports Windows XP/Vista/7, Linux, and MAC OS 8.6 or above|
|Dimensions||23 x 16 x 13 mm|
Storm NAS FAQ
What RAID modes do we support?
Storm NAS Supports RAID 0 and RAID 1
What type of Hard Drives do we support?
STORM NAS devices do not come with any hard drives and there is no specific NAS hard drive. Almost every device supports both 2.5” and 3.5" SATA and SSD drives. The largest hard drive capacity supported is 3 TB, so that can have 6 TB of storage.
What kind of file systems is supported by the NAS?
The NAS natively supports NTFS, EXT3 and EXT4.
By default it’s on NTFS.
What are the USB ports used for?
We support both USB 3.0 and USB2.0 on the back of the unit.
How much noise does the Storm NAS make?
The noise level depends on each unit, but generally all of our units are quite during standby mode.
If we run out of storage capacity for the NAS what are our options?
There is a RAID capacity expansion feature that allows you to remove your HDD one by one and replace the smaller capacity to a larger capacity
Can you directly connect the NAS to a computer via USB?
No, the Storm NAS is a Network Attached Storage (NAS). It is not a Direct Attached Storage (DAS) and the only way to access the Storm NAS would be through the network ports.
Can I stream movies and music through the Storm NAS or my home media setup? Can I also share photos through the Storm NAS software?
Yes, the STORM NAS can be easily used as a full fledge media server to stream music or videos. An iTunes server can also be created so all music in the NAS will show up on all computers on your network with iTunes.
How many users can access the NAS at once?
More than 20 user can access the NAS same time. 20 recommended.
Is the Storm NAS DLNA certified?
Yes, our Storm NAS is DLNA certified.