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June 4, 2013

QNAP Showcases a New Series of NAS

QNAP, Inc a global network attached storage (NAS) company announced the release of the new TS-x70 series NAS featuring an Intel i3 CPU with the latest QTS 4.0 OS with powerful storage backup, capability to stream with on the fly transcoding, integrated XBMC v12, and local video playback up to 4K resolution. In addition QNAP also unveils new powerful storage applications such as the developer's platform (App Center), innovative digital signage web server, and capacity expansion solutions by scale up and scale out.

TS-x70 Pro available in 4 bay, 6 bay and 8 bay models pairs the latest performance and scalability with cutting-edge technologies such as:
  • New QTS 4.0 operating system
  • Powerful Dropbox like feature- QSync to synchronize files between PC, NAS and mobile devices.
  • Local video playback up to 4K resolution through HDMI.
  • 5 new mobile apps for both Android and iOS devices.
  • Supports optional 10GbE card for business environments.
  • The latest XBMC v12 (Frodo) is integrated with HD Station

The future of a new digital lifestyle- Home streaming server with surveillance monitoring

QNAP NAS is a powerful storage, which lets you stream videos and movies to a Smart TV, and with the built-in Surveillance Station your TV becomes a 24/7 live monitoring center. From your TV screen monitor live feed from your IP cameras, to create a video surveillance and home entertainment hub.

QNAP proudly presents the new developer's platform, with its newly enhanced App Center (formerly QPKG) to add more vertical partner applications to various vertical markets.

The new breakthrough addition of "QSign," a digital signage web server integrated on the QNAP NAS, serves a variety of players with web browsing capabilities perfect for SMB from restaurants to large-scale deployment such as schools to deliver effective messages to any TV screens or mobile devices.

Rackmount business series features both scale up and scale out solution.

Based on the LVM flexible storage pool design, QNAP RAID Expansion Enclosure delivers a fast way to easily scale up storage capacity of the Turbo NAS through a plug-and-use design. Multiple RAID Expansion Enclosures can be cascaded through the SAS interface to provide over 400 TB of raw capacity.

QNAP will be demonstrating over 1 Petabyte storage solution with the ability of increasing capacity by adding units, and offering global name space. The solution targets TV Stations with large video storage demand, and surveillance applications where a large single volume is needed for long term, multi-channel, and high mega-pixel resolution recordings.