TerraMaster concludes its final day at CES, United States

Jan 18, 2019 | Mike

This year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) ended on Jan 11th. With a growing belief that science and technology are the symbol of future progression, CES 2019 in Las Vegas attracted more than 18,000 visitors and 4,400 businesses from 8th to 11th January 2019.



The four-day event has attracted the attention from technology media around the world. For exhibitors, this is the world's largest display platform, enabling them to display new and innovative products each year. As a world-renowned brand in network storage, TerraMaster has adopted the creation of excellent global data storage products into its corporate vision.



TerraMaster showcased a strong line-up of products at the show.






The powerful home /SOHO entry-level network storage series is a new addition to the market

 This exhibition mainly introduces the RAM series, including the product series of 2-bay, 4-bay and 5-bay. This series adopts the ARM V8 64-bit quad-core processor, 1.4GHz frequency, and read/write speed reaches up to 124MB per second (RAID 0, WD Red 4TB x 2). It presents file storage, backup, cloud disk synchronization, remote access, 4K HD video transcoding and other functions. Any appliances which do not support the HD format, such as certain computers, smartphones and media players, can still play the 4K video in the converted version.

 

At this fair, large storage capacity attracted a lot of attention and was very popular. TerraMaster’s 8-bay D8 Thunderbolt™ 3 is compatible with 3.5" SATA disks and 2.5" SSDs, allowing professionals to capitalise on a total storage capacity of up to 96TB. Drawing on a pair of Thunderbolt™ 3 interfaces (40 Gbps) and a hardware RAID controller, the D8 Thunderbolt™ 3 can operate at transfer speeds of 1600 MB/s under a 7200 RPM high-speed hard disk and RAID 0 array mode. Under RAID 5, the device can achieve a speed of 1400 MB/s.

Positive response to the launch of Apollo NAS Series

The recently launched Intel Apollo NAS series also showed up at CES Fair. Incorporating two up-to-date processors of Intel Apollo lake J3355 and J3455, including tower models from 2-bay, 4-bay, 5-bay to 8-bay, the read/write speed and system performance of this series is improved remarkably; Additionally, they are more powerful in supporting application functions, such as Btrfs file system and snapshot, AES hardware encryption and network transmission encryption, 4K video hardware transcoding. The powerful application Docker is also available and easy to use.

  




Rack-Mounted NAS Series

TerraMaster has launched the most powerful Intel Xeon E3 rack-mounted NAS series in its history.

As an upgraded version of TerraMaster’s NAS server, the rack-mounted storage server not only has a larger storage capacity, but also has more powerful functions. It’s suitable for enterprise-class users. Stability and powerful performance are the key features.

 

The exhibition attracted TerraMaster customers from all over the world. From the first day of the exhibition to the end of the fourth day, a continuous flow of visitors attended the exhibition. With expert knowledge and passionate customer service, the TerraMaster overseas marketing team were on hand to share information about recent technological innovations and product development as well as a delivery of professional guide to the TOS system for visitors. Having received a positive response through the exhibition, TerraMaster increased its level of exposure within the marketplace and significantly strengthened its customer awareness. This offers a wider range of opportunities for in-depth cooperation. TerraMaster will continue to work in the storage industry to deliver a professional and secure data storage experience to our customers.