Running out of space and using 20TB drives? You may need to go up one step higher to newer 22TB models. Not every NAS supports this new capacity, but there are more enclosures being added to the list. ASUSTOR has announced full support for 22TB drives in its latest Lockerstor Gen2 series of Intel-powered NAS.
ASUSTOR has rolled out another update for its NAS operating system, ASUSTOR Data Manager (ADM). Version ADM 4.1.0.RKM1 is now available for download should you own an AS31, AS32, AS40, AS61, AS62, AS63, AS64, Nimbustor, Drivestor, Drivestor Pro, Lockerstor, Lockerstor Gen2, Lockerstor Pro NAS.
ASUSTOR has been in the NAS-making business for many years now and the competition for the best two-bay enclosure has never been so fierce. Competition from the likes of Synology and TerraMaster is keeping ASUSTOR’s design and technical teams hard at work on the drawing tables. The latest entry from them is the ASUSTOR Lockerstor 2 Gen2 (AS6702T).
The ASUSTOR Lockerstor 2 Gen2 AS6702T is a very powerful NAS enclosure with M.2 slots, a speedy Intel Celeron processor, and 4GB of DDR4-2666 RAM. To make this NAS even more powerful, it’s possible to install more RAM to bring the capacity up to 16GB. This guide will show you what to buy and how to go about installing memory.
ASUSTOR Lockerstor 4 Gen2 AS6704T is one of the latest Intel-powered NAS enclosures from the company. We’re looking at a speedier Celeron processor, M.2 slots for caching or storage, and 4GB of DDR4-2666 RAM. Thanks to this newer CPU, it’s possible to push this NAS up to 16GB of RAM. This guide will show you how.
ASUSTOR launched the second generation of NAS enclosures making up a new ASUSTOR AS67 series. Replacing the AS66 range of Intel-powered NAS, the new range makes full use of the latest Intel Celeron processors, unlocking M.2 slots, 2.5Gb networking, and HDMI ports. If you’ve been waiting for some more powerful mid-range NAS from ASUSTOR, the wait is finally over.
ASUSTOR has rolled out two updates for its ADM NAS OS. If you’re using newer enclosures from the company, you’ll be able to update to version 4.0.5.RUE3, while 3.5.9.RUE3 has been pushed out for AS-20, AS-30, and AS-60 NAS enclosures. We’re only looking at minor changes with these updates, but I’d still recommend upgrading your NAS.
ASUSTOR released version 4.0.5.RT42 of its ADM operating system to address some security vulnerabilities. There has been a heightened concern from NAS enclosure owners about ransomware and other security issues plaguing the industry in recent years, so it’s always good to see brands roll out more security updates.
ASUSTOR announced a new website for existing customers. Launched on April 21, this new portal was completely redesigned from the ground up, taking into account various customer feedback. The hope is for this new portal to improve communication between ASUSTOR and customers, providing a higher quality of aftersale service.
ASUSTOR released two updates today for its ADM NAS operating system. If you own newer enclosures you’ll be able to update to 4.0.5.RRS1, while 3.5.9.RRS1 is pushed out for AS-20, AS-30, and AS-60 servers. The two releases contain minor improvements and fixes, but I’d recommend keeping your OS updated regardless.