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QNAP servers target SMBs

Posted: 24 Jan 2012     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:network server  Intel Atom  video surveillance 

QNAP Systems Inc. introduces new members of its TuboNAS server line-up and the VioStor NVR video surveillance systems.

The new servers are powered by a dual-core Intel Atom processor and are available in 2-, 4-, 5-, 6-, or 8-drive versions. They are targeted at networked storage for small and medium-sized businesses.

QNAP is also showcasing its TS-x79 high-end SMB-class Turbo NAS models and a complimentary storage expansion solution to the TS-x79 series, the JB-1200U-RP. This expansion solution is said to provide a flexible and economical way to expand storage infrastructure, as it provides over 200TB of additional capacity.

QNAP also announces its latest V3.6 NAS management firmware that includes VPN Server, LDAP Server, Proxy Server, cloud music and photo sharing via a web browser, enhanced backup features, a new version of MyCloudNAS 1.2, QPKG centre, and an increased range of compatible IP camera and UPnP routers.

Surveillance system
QNAP also launches the 48-channel VS-8148 Pro+ which provides real-time A/V monitoring, simultaneous playback of multiple network cameras and megapixel recording at up to 10Mpixel resolution. It can store up to 24TB of footage, or 3TB per hard drive, with hot-swappable RAID for data redundancy. The VS-8148 Pro+ supports H.264, MxPEG, MPEG-4, and M-JPEG recording from up to 48 network cameras.

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