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This B&H Kit comes with the WD My Cloud Business Series DL2100 2-Bay Diskless NAS and two 4TB WD Purple hard drives to provide your system with 8TB of storage capacity. It can share this pool of data with multiple computers via the Gigabit Ethernet and USB 3.0 ports, which makes it suitable for centralizing business data. You can also access the data stored on the My Cloud virtually anytime and anywhere using Internet-connected solutions. After installing the 3.5" hard drives into the My Cloud's dual tool-less and tray-less bays, you can configure in them into a RAID 0 or RAID 1 to utilize data performance or redundancy. Furthermore, the included SATA drives are designed for 24/7 use and are better able to withstand temperature and vibration fluctuations. With these features offered, you can use this kit for recording video from up to 32 cameras.
The My Cloud is powered by a dual-core Intel Atom C2350 1.7 GHz processor, which will allow you to run multiple functions simultaneously. The processor features a burst speed of 2.0 GHz and the built-in 1GB of DDR3 RAM, which can be upgraded to 5GB, will allow quick access to frequently-used files and programs. The two Gigabit Ethernet ports offer network redundancy in the event that one port fails as well as provide link aggregation to help enhance network performance. In addition to the dual Gigabit Ethernet ports, it also features dual power supplies, to help keep the NAS running in the event that one of the power supplies fails. Included with this My Cloud DL2100 is Milestone Arcus Surveillance software with unlimited camera licenses. This NAS is also compatible with Plex Media Server.
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WD My Cloud Business Series DL2100 8TB (2 x 4TB) 2-Bay NAS with WD Purple Drives Review