What is a NAS?

A Network-Attached Storage (NAS), is a server that acts as a central location for data storage on your own network. Meaning, you can have multiple users accessing and storing data to the same on-site server. This enables users to share files and creates one centralized library for all your important data.

Ease of use

We make it easy to incorporate your new storage solution into your daily routine. When looking on your PC it will show up the same as a single drive but with everyone who is connected to the network able to access it.

Scalable Storage

It also will have more storage than a single drive - up to hundreds of terabytes. A NAS also has the ability to scale out to a larger size when the space has been used. You can link together multiple NAS appliances to a single unit in a cluster, with the ability to achieve petabytes of storage.

Capacity To Fit Any Need

The Storinator is available in 15, 30, 45 or 60 bays,
and can be deployed either as a single unit or part of a cluster.

Storinator Features

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