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ADD YOUR OWN NAS STORAGE

Most movie server companies require you to purchase their own branded NAS servers to grow your collection.  When being sold at up to 5x the going rate for other quality NAS, this simply becomes unacceptable!

 

Fusion's EPIC system is designed to use high quality third party NAS servers to grow your collection, utilizing our proprietary Storage License software.  This means you can purchase off the shelf NAS that will let you grow your collection infinitely!  Growing your Fusion storage is by far the most economical of all the custom movie server companies today.

There's no limit to the storage you can add to an EPIC system!

ADD YOUR  OWN STORAGE

 

By adding our Storage License software, you can add any high quality third party NAS server to grow your movie collection.

 

In addition, these servers are not required to be exclusive for the EPIC system.  So feel free to use them to also store your photographs, important financial documents or anything you don't want to lose!

 

 

STORAGE LICENSE CHOICES

 

We have two storage licenses available.  The sizes are the net storage (after RAID).  The NAS can be larger than the license size, but that license size is the actual limit for the amount of movies that can be added.

  • 12TB License

  • Unlimited Lifetime License

 

 

CALL BEFORE YOU BUY!

Not all NAS servers are equal, many of the less expensive units are simply to slow and there's a risk of movies coming from the NAS pausing or skipping. You'll want at least a dual-core processor.

It's best to give us a quick call at 925.217.1233 and we can give you the thumbs up on the model you're looking at.

FUSION SUPPLIED

 

If you've never built your own NAS or setup a RAID, let Fusion supply you with the NAS.  We'll source, build and image a unit.  With the added advantage that it will be 100% ready to simply drop in your EPIC system!

Not all NAS servers are equal, many of the less expensive units are simply to slow and there's a risk of movies coming from the NAS pausing or skipping..