It’s the first time I’ve had the chance to take a look at a TerraMaster product, and I’m glad it’s a NAS with a 10Gbps LAN port, as it’s still a brand-new network interface on the consumer market. Our test environment will, of course, include all devices working on this lighting-fast connection … so expect some exceptional results. I won’t tell you much more, so you have to go deeper into our article to find out how fast is the F2-422 NAS and how much it has to offer besides high bandwidth connection.
This review will be slightly different, so instead of our standard specifications and features section, I will add descriptions and additional comments under all the features. The whole list is really long, so it takes a couple of pages of this review. The most important features will be wider described, and there will also be performance tests with two Patriot Burst 960GB SSD.
Maybe at the beginning, a couple of words about the TerraMaster brand.
Established in 2010, TerraMaster’s focus has been on digital storage products. In line with the evolving technological landscape, TerraMaster has developed a distinctive product line, which includes both direct and network attached storage devices.
TerraMaster’s products are designed with home users in mind, as well as small and medium-sized businesses. Given its core competitiveness in hardware and software development, TerraMaster’s commitment is to ensure value and reliability for customers through high-quality products.
TerraMaster has more than a decade’s experience in developing storage technologies, and the company has never stopped innovating, exploring storage technology, and devising novel applications for its growing customer base. TerraMaster brings substantial value to the design and use of storage products, increases the convenience and ease of storage applications, and allows customers to benefit from reliable, complete, safe, fast, and trusted data storage solutions.
At present, TerraMaster sells its products in more than 40 countries, which are widely used in education, finance, government, supermarkets, clinics, scientific research, law firms, film production, home, and other fields.
- 2020: Launched the first Rackmount D16 Thunderbolt 3 device and the full series of 10GbE network storage servers.
- 2019: Launched the full series of Rackmount network storage servers and the first 10GbE NAS.
- 2018: Launched version 4.0 of the TOS operating system, the first Rackmount network storage server, and – for video editing enthusiasts – the Thunderbolt 3 professional storage
- 2017: Launched version 3.0 of TOS.
- 2016: Launched the third generation of the TNAS and TDAS series.
- 2014: Launched version 2.0 of TOS.
- 2012: Launched the second generation of the TNAS and TDAS series.
- 2011: Released the first 8-disk socket SAS disk array and launched version 1.0 of TOS.
- 2010: TerraMaster founded, followed by the launch of NAS U2-NAS.
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