Buffalo’s TeraStation Pro has just received a significant capacity bump, with the Japanese arm of the company announcing a 6TB version of the network-attached-storage device, the TS-H6.0TGL/R5. Four 1.5TB hard-drives are set up in a quick-swap RAID array, capable of RAID 0, 1, 5 or 10 setups, with gigabit network connectivity and jumbo frame support.
Two USB ports allow for external hard-drives to be connected, should 6TB not quite be enough for you, and there’s an LCD display to show hard-drive and network status. Despite all that’s going on inside, the TeraStation is said to be surprisingly quiet thanks to a special near-silent fan and ducted cooling design.
The Buffalo TeraStation TS-H6.0TGL/R5 supports Active Directories, and has a built-in FTP server. It’s available in Japan now, with worldwide release likely following shortly after, priced at around €1,580 ($2,114).