News D-Link ShareCenter 2-Bay Network Storage Solutions Now Available

D-Link ShareCenter 2-Bay Network Storage Solutions Now Available

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Today D-Link have launched two new 2-bay network storage solutions – the DNS-320 and the DNS-325.

Building off of the successful DNS-321 and DNS-323, the new DNS-320 and DNS-325 provide centralized storage, enabling consumers to easily share documents, files and digital media with everyone on a home network.

Whether streaming movies, sharing files, or storing video from a network camera, D-Link ShareCenter storage solutions are designed to let consumers work, play, and share from any room in the home or from a remote location, over the Internet.

DNS-320 2-Bay ShareCenter Network Storage with USB Printer Port

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D-Link’s DNS-320 2-Bay Network Storage device allows you to back up and share your digital files over the network without breaking the bank. Enjoy the flexibility of using your own SATA disk drives.

The D-Link® ShareCenter® 2-Bay Network Storage device with USB printer support is the perfect way to store, safeguard, and share your digital documents, music, videos, and photos with anyone on your network. The DNS-320 is expandable; you can add up to 2 SATA drives giving you plenty of space to store tons of digital photos, thousands of hours of digital music, or hundreds of DVD-quality movies. Adding a drive is a breeze with the D-Link tool-less design.

SHARE
Easily Connects to your existing network
Centrally store and share photos, music and videos
Supports Windows, Mac and Linux computers
Built-in Web File server and FTP server allow users to easily access important documents remotely, over the Internet

STREAM
Built-in Peer-to-Peer (P2P) downloader for downloading digital media from share sites without having to power on or connect your PC
Stream movies to your TV using the Boxee Box or any other compatible media player, such as the PlayStation 3® or Microsoft XBox 360®

PROTECT
RAID technology to protect your data in the event of a hard drive failure
4 different modes to choose from:

  • Standard mode creates two separately accessible hard drives.
  • JBOD combines both drives in a linear fashion for maximum space efficiency.
  • RAID 0 combines both drives in a ‘striped’ configuration, splitting data evenly across the hard drives to provide the highest performance.
  • RAID 1 causes two drives to mirror each other, providing maximum protection. If one drive fails, the unaffected drive in the partition will continue to operate normally. Once you replace the failed drive, RAID 1 mirroring will resume and both drives will mirror each other again.

MANAGE
Create a failsafe protection solution from accidental data loss on your PC
Automatically back up your data
Set schedules and rules with incremental backups and storage quotas for specific users and groups.
Built-in Remote Backup application allows you to backup your ShareCenter device to a second device at an off-site location

AN IDEAL SOLUTION
With Gigabit connectivity, an easy to use management GUI, and a simple installation wizard you can get setup in minutes.

The DNS-320 retails for $149.99.

You can learn more from the D-Link website

 

DNS-325 2-Bay ShareCenter Network Storage with USB Printer Port and Streaming Apps for Home Media

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D-Link’s DNS-325 2-Bay Network Storage device allows you to back up, share and stream your digital files, photos, music and videos over the network. Enjoy the flexibility of using your own SATA disk drives.

The D-Link® ShareCenter® 2-Bay Network Storage device with USB printer support is the perfect way to store, safeguard, and share your digital documents, music, videos, and photos with anyone on your network. The DNS-325 is expandable; you can add up to 2 SATA drives giving you plenty of space to store tons of digital photos, thousands of hours of digital music, or hundreds of DVD-quality movies. Adding a drive is a breeze with the D-Link tool-less design.

SHARE
Easily Connects to your existing network
Centrally store and share photos, music and videos
Supports Windows, Mac and Linux computers
Built-in Web File server and FTP server allow users to easily access important documents remotely, over the Internet
Built-in Photo Center App for sharing photos over the Internet

STREAM
Built-in Peer-to-Peer (P2P) downloader for downloading digital media from share sites without having to power on or connect your PC
Audio Streamer application and Logitech Squeeze Center support for all your streaming music needs
Stream movies to your TV using the Boxee Box or any other compatible media player, such as the PlayStation 3® or Microsoft XBox 360®

PROTECT
RAID technology to protect your data in the event of a hard drive failure
4 different modes to choose from:

  • Standard mode creates two separately accessible hard drives.
  • JBOD combines both drives in a linear fashion for maximum space efficiency.
  • RAID 0 combines both drives in a ‘striped’ configuration, splitting data evenly across the hard drives to provide the highest performance.
  • RAID 1 causes two drives to mirror each other, providing maximum protection. If one drive fails, the unaffected drive in the partition will continue to operate normally. Once you replace the failed drive, RAID 1 mirroring will resume and both drives will mirror each other again.

MANAGE
Create a failsafe protection solution from accidental data loss on your PC
Automatically back up your data
Set schedules and rules with incremental backups and storage quotas for specific users and groups.
Built-in Remote Backup application allows you to backup your ShareCenter device to a second device at an off-site location

AN IDEAL SOLUTION
With Gigabit connectivity, an easy to use management GUI, a fast 1.2GHz CPU, and applications designed for streaming, you can transfer large media files over your network at top speeds.

The DNS-325 retails for $299.99.

You can learn more from the D-Link website

Andrew Edneyhttps://moviesgamesandtech.com
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Have been playing around with Win Server 2011 Essentials and have not been able to connect a NAS to that system. WHile I realize you are focused on WHS, there are some similarities in their operations. Can you tell if NAS can be somehow supported in these two products? Maybe a 3rd party app?
    Thanks and enjoyed your site.

    • Hi Palmer

      What do you mean by supported?

      If you want to use features of the NAS on WHS 2011 or SBS 2011 E then you would need to install specific sofware on the server itself, although I suspect what you are trying to do isnt going to work how you expect it to. The purpose of a NAS is networked attached storage not server attached storage, so that might be why it isnt working how you would expect.

      Can you post this question in our forums with more information on exactly what it is you are trying to achieve.

      Andrew

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