NAS SSDs (2 products)

It has to be said that Mechanical drives are still a good option for storing lots of data on NAS, but the times are changing. If you want to go for the modern hardware, then NAS SSDs are a good, solid buy. Not only can you store data on these solid-state drives, but you can even use SSDs as a cache to improve NAS performance.

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Seagate IronWolf 125 SSD 250GB NAS Internal SSD

  • Capacity: 500GB
  • Read Speed: 560 MBps
  • Write Speed: 540 MBps
  • Type: 2.5" SATA
  • Warranty: 5 Year Warranty

£ 64.98  inc. vat

£ 54.15 ex. vat

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WD RED 250GB SN700 NAS NVMe M.2 2280 SSD

  • Capacity: 250GB
  • Read Speed: 3100 MB/s
  • Write Speed: 1600 MB/s
  • Type: M.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 (NVMe)
  • Warranty: 5 Year Warranty

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Seagate IronWolf 125 SSD 250GB NAS Internal SSD

  • Capacity: 500GB
  • Read Speed: 560 MBps
  • Write Speed: 540 MBps
  • Type: 2.5" SATA
  • Warranty: 5 Year Warranty

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Mfr part code: ZA250NM1A002

£ 64.98  inc. vat

£ 54.15 ex. vat

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WD RED 250GB SN700 NAS NVMe M.2 2280 SSD

  • Capacity: 250GB
  • Read Speed: 3100 MB/s
  • Write Speed: 1600 MB/s
  • Type: M.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 (NVMe)
  • Warranty: 5 Year Warranty

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Mfr part code: WDS250G1R0C

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What exactly is NAS?

NAS (Network Attached Storage) is a device which is connected throughout an entire network and is equipped with a data-storage function. However, for most people the biggest advantages are that it is perfect for collaboration and resource sharing. It allows different people using different devices such as tablets, mobiles and computers to synchronise data to the NAS. You can also download a range of different files such as video and photos. Basically, a large number of PCs can access it, provided they are on the same network. Plus it is great for storage and backup to the NAS

Download any time

You do not have to worry about having to be online if you need to download files or anything else that you want. There is a free, offline download facility which is easy to use. All you have to do is add the resource to you download list, and the NAS can download your files when you are doing something else, or even during the night when you are sleeping.

SSD to improve performance

NAS is becoming increasingly popular as more people want to add SSD in order to improve performance. And just in case you were wondering: yes, most NAS drives will accept SSDs, and of course mechanical hard drives.

What are the benefits of having SSD in a NAS?

Firstly, you will vastly improve read and write speed of the NAS. On top of this, you will have a much quieter, smoother system which consumes quite a lot less power.

What does a NAS device provide?

There are lots of benefits. A NAS adds storage space to a local computer, which in-turn boosts the available storage for optimum efficiency. When using a NAS device, documents are easily shared from one central location and can be access by anyone with permission. This means convenient collaboration and puts a stop to having cloned copies of documents floating around where no one knows which is the latest version!

Private Cloud Storage

Yes, having the convenience of cloud storage can never be underestimated, but what if you have sensitive information to store? Well, a NAS device allows cloud-based storage without the possibility of snooping. Add to this, the additional benefits of automated data backup, data protection and ultimate peace of mind, and you have pretty much everything you need.

NAS security

Any business that has a NAS device installed will always feel comfortable knowing that their data is always safe, there is efficient flow of operations, and there is always ample space for everyone. The NAS device is revolutionary as it allows access to your files anywhere, at any time. Any modern business or institution should ensure that they have a network attached storage for optimal success.

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