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Jim McCarthy

My tech interests include WHS, media streaming, and gaming, among others!

Synology Introduces EDS14 NAS, Aimed at Police and Transport Markets

Synology has announced a new diskless NAS device, aimed at surveillance recording by police forces and public transportation markets. Read on for details!

Synology Updates DiskStation Line With New DS414j

Synology has updated their 4-bay DiskStation NAS line, replacing the DS413j with the DS414j. Read on to see what’s new!

Buffalo Announces Three New DD-WRT Routers

Buffalo has announced three new DD-WRT routers for the open source fans to use. Read on for details.

Synology Adds 5TB Drive to Compatibility List

Synology has announced that they’ve added a Seagate 5TB hard drive to their compatibility list for their NAS units. Read on for details.

NAB2014: LaCie Announces 8big Rackmount Thunderbolt Storage Solution

LaCie announced their first rackmount storage solution at NAB2014. Called the 8big Rack Thunderbolt 2, it combines a 1U rackmount storage solution with Thunderbolt 2 speeds to deliver a premium storage device for your network. Read on for details.

NAB2014: LaCie 5big Updated With Thunderbolt 2, 6TB Drives, Hardware RAID

LaCie announced a refresh of their popular 5big NAS unit at NAB2014, adding Thunderbolt 2, support for 6TB hard drives and a hardware RAID controller to enhance performance. Read on for details.

NAB2014: LaCie 2big Updated With Thunderbolt 2, 6TB Drives

At NAB2014, LaCie announced a refresh of their 2big NAS line, adding support for Thunderbolt 2 peripherals and the newest Seagate 6TB hard drives. Read on for details!

NETGEAR RN102 Review Part One: Installation–UPDATED

NETGEAR was good enough to send along a RN102 NAS unit to review; this is Part One of the review where I perform the installation. Read on for details!

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