TerraMaster announced the launch of the U4-423, a new four-bay NAS designed for use inside server racks. The compact 1U server comes equipped with a quad-core Intel Celeron processor and 2.5Gb networking. It’s designed as a cost-effective server solution for small to medium-sized businesses.
Update 26/10: We incorrectly stated below that the TerraMaster U4-423 has no M.2 slots when it actually has one for use with SSDs. This has been fixed and we apologize for the error.
Rocking an Intel Celeron N5105/N5095 quad-core processor (found in some of the best NAS) with a base clock speed of 2.0GHz that can boost to 2.9GHz, the TerraMaster U4-423 is capable of handling a high-load workflow with numerous concurrent users connected. Whether it’s for processing data or storing backups, the U4-423 is ready for deployment.
The base configuration has 4GB of DDR4 system memory, but the CPU supports up to 32GB in dual-channel. There are two 2.5Gb LAN connections on the rear of the server that can handle high levels of network traffic. You could install a few of these servers to provide additional bandwidth.
|CPU||Intel Celeron N5105/N5095|
|GPU||Intel UHD Graphics|
|Ports||2x USB 3.0|
2x 2.5Gb LAN
TerraMaster is pushing its new TRAID technology, it’s easier than ever to create an elastic disk array on one of the company’s NAS enclosures. Setting everything up and getting everyone online using the latest release of TOS is also a far more streamlined experience.
And because this is TerraMaster, this 4U NAS is more affordable than the competition. The TerraMaster U4-423 will be available at partner retailers for $799.99 with 4GB of DDR4 RAM.