ioSafe, a leading provider of disaster-proof data storage devices, has announced the new ioSafe 1520+ 5-Bay Network Attached Storage (NAS) device, which delivers the fastest route to critical data recovery after disasters strike. With optional disaster-proof expansion bays, the fireproof and waterproof device can protect up to 210TB of data. The ioSafe 1520+ is ideal for disaster-proofing data for the privacy-concerned, off-grid locations, small businesses, and departmental applications. The ioSafe 1520+ can also integrate with cloud applications.
“The new 1520+ offers our customers data center-class storage while saving customers over 75% of the cost of one year of cloud storage,” said Robin Wessel, Executive Vice President. “With unprecedented speed-to-recovery, media companies and creative professionals, businesses and government agencies can recover the massive amounts of data they generate without loss when a water leak, wildfire, or virtually any major disaster occurs.”
The ioSafe 1520+ keeps digital work secure in temperatures up to 1,550 degrees Fahrenheit for up to 30 minutes, which is long enough to survive most fires. In addition, the 1520+ protects data for up to three days when submerged in up to 10 feet of water. Along with its disaster recovery capabilities, the 1520+ offers 256-bit AES encryption, floor mount kits and a full Data Recovery Service for lost data.
The ioSafe 1520+ is available in a variety of configurations with validated hard drives and includes:
- Four LAN ports for increased network throughput and redundancy
- Virtual machine support with 8 GB DDR4 memory
- Up to 15 total drive bays when using ioSafe disaster-proof expansion chassis
- Fast video transcoding performance with the Intel® Celeron® J4125 processor
- NVMe SSD Cache support for fast data access
The powerful new device also provides subscription-free productivity tools through the Synology DSM 7 suite of applications. These include mail/mail server, documents, spreadsheets, developer tools, media, music, video, photos, chat, calendar, and more.
For more information, visit: ioSafe.com