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NASdeluxe NDL-5000 Z-series powered by Open-E

High-available, cost-effective and flexible unified storage for SMB and Enterprise customers

The complete model overview of the NASdeluxe 5000 Z-series in the datasheet


Enterprise solution
The NASdeluxe 5000 Z-series powered by Open-E JovianDSS is a software-defined storage solution based on over 10 years of successful partnership. Starline has designed the 5000 Z-series for SMB and enterprise customers based on Open-E requirements. It can be used for virtualization and VDI as well as for databases, media streaming and backup.

High-end features
It is essential that Enterprise solutions covers a wide spectrum of features to ensure efficient usage. The NDL-5000 Z-series combines all necessary functionalities and components to be used at the Enterprise-level.

Certified flexibility and scalability
Processors, RAM, flash cache and network interface cards can be exchanged as required to perfectly adapt the systems to their intended use at a reasonable price.

On- & Off-Site Data Protection
The feature is a strategy for Storage, Backup, Disaster Recovery and Archiving (optional) that allows for an instant restore of important company data in case of an unexpected disaster. It enables creating consistent snapshots of chosen resources and asynchronous replication to remote (or local) destinations.

NASdeluxe Z-series is certified for Open-E JovianDSS

The NASdeluxe Z-series from Starline Computer is the perfect solution for  various storage solutions. The servers are an excellent choice for companys, which require flexible configurations and the expandability to
high-available clusters.



  • Exceptional Storage Performance
  • On- & Off-Site Data Protection
  • Tiered RAM and SSD cache
  • Data integrity check
  • Data compression and in-line data deduplication
  • Thin provisioning and unlimited number of snapshots and clones
  • Simplified management
  • Certified flexibility and scalability
  • Hardware independence