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Infortrend Deduplication in Action - Creating more NAS storage space - Infortrend EonNAS Pro 510

Infortrend Deduplication in Action - Creating more NAS storage space

Today we explore deduplication on the Infortrend EonNAS Pro 510 NAS, and toss in a little compression testing too.

| Software in Storage | Posted: Nov 6, 2013 2:01 pm

Infortrend EonNAS Pro 510


Before we get started with testing, let's take another quick look at the Infortrend EonNAS Pro 510. The EonNAS Pro 510 scored a Features Award in our review, but data transfer performance was slower than the fastest on the market in many of our single user tests.


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The EonNAS Pro 510 is a five-bay unit that uses a ZFS files system. Older Thecus software had ZFS, but since releasing OS 5, Infortrend is the only NAS manufacture offering the file system in this price range.


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The Pro 510 is feature rich outside of the software features. The unit has a LCD display panel for easy PC-less NAS setup and activity LEDs for network and disk activity.


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A USB port on the front of the unit.


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The Pro 510 runs cool thanks to a fan on the back of the NAS and vents on the front and side of the NAS.


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On the back we found several port options that include eSATA, two USB 3.0 ports, four USB 2.0 ports and a VGA port.


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Most users will move data in and out of the NAS via the two gigabit Ethernet ports.

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