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Is there any brand have Network attach storage with USB 3 port, coming soon product also can.
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Hi,

From what i can tell Thecus has released a new product, the CU30N.

On the hardware front, the CU30N utilizes the NEC µPD720200 Processor – the world’s first USB host controller compliant with USB 3.0 and xHCI specifications. With the NEC µPD720200, the CU30N supports four modes of transfer, including Low-speed (1.5Mbps), full-speed (12Mbps), high-speed (480 Mbps), and super-speed (5Gpbs).

The CU30N can also be used to upgrade certain Thecus® NAS units for USB 3.0 connectivity. Currently, the CU30N can be installed in the following models:

· N4200

· N7700 Series

· N8800 Series

More information available below;

http://www.testfreaks.com/blog/goto/http://www.thecus.com/products_over.php?cid=54&pid=252&set_language=english

In otherwords with this PCI-E Card, you can upgrade an existing NAS from Thecus to Support USB 3.0.

Let me know if you need anything else.

Kind Regards

Balkanite
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