Buffalo Inc., based in Nagoya, Japan, is a leading global provider of award-winning networking, storage and multi-media solutions for the home and small business environments as well as for system builders and integrators. With three decades of networking and computer peripheral experience, Buffalo has proven its commitment to delivering innovative, best-of-breed solutions that have put the company at the forefront of infrastructure technology.
Buffalo’s award-winning storage product line includes the easy to install and manage LinkStation™, Gigabit LinkStation™, DriveStation™ and TeraStation™ Network Attached Storage series, which allows multiple users to access digital photos and video from one shared location. Simple setup and maintenance, versatile usage, and a compact design make the LinkStation the “must have” solution for storing and sharing files on your home or small office network. Buffalo’s DriveStation external hard drives let you keep backups of files, digital images, and documents without taking up room on your PC’s main drive. Combining advanced fault tolerant data solutions, robust file security and Gigabit Ethernet networking, TeraStation allows users to deploy a simple, cost-effective data or media server to their office or home network in literally minutes without cutting corners on features or expandability.
Buffalo’s AirStation product line is an award-inning, affordable, high-performance line of wireless LAN products that offers a complete wireless LAN solution to end users in the SMB, SOHO, and home market spaces. Buffalo Inc. also features the newly patented AirStation One-Touch Secure System™ (AOSS™) that provides top notch security for your home or office networks with just one touch of a button. As you add AOSS devices, security is negotiated at the highest level possible for all devices on the network.
Buffalo is currently developing peripheral devices for the digital home market, which will act as a bridge between computers and televisions. As the digital home market expands, we expect markets for wireless LAN and network-attached HDDs to expand accordingly.