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Items tagged with: QNAP

QNAP announces 8-bay, Core 2 Duo powered NAS

QNAP TS-809 ProQNAP today officially announced the 8-bay NAS it showed at January's Consumer Electronics show.

QNAP Releases Atom-powered four-bay NAS

QNAP Releases Atom-powered four-bay NAS Updated

QNAP Systems today announced what it says is the first four-bay NAS powered by Intel's low-cost Atom CPU.

CES 2009: QNAP adds 6-bay High Performance NAS

QNAP today introduced the newest member of its Pro Turbo NAS series.

How To Install Debian on the QNAP TS-209 Pro

How To Install Debian on the QNAP TS-209 ProInstall Debian on your QNAP or other Marvell Orion based NAS and make it do what you want it to do.

New firmware available for QNAP TS-509 Pro

QNAP has released version 2.1.0 firmware for its TS-509 Pro Turbo NAS. New features include iSCSI target service (up to 8 targets), AES 256-bit volume encryption, monitoring and recording from up to 4 network cameras and performance improvements.

The new firmware can be downloaded at no cost from QNAP.

Pulling ahead of the RAID 5 Pack: QNAP TS-509 Pro Reviewed

Pulling ahead of the RAID 5 Pack: QNAP TS-509 Pro ReviewedThe QNAP TS-509 Pro sets new performance highs. But at almost $900, ya gotta pay big to play.

QNAP adds 5-bay SMB NAS

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QNAP Systems today announced a 5-bay RAID NAS for SMB and Enterprise users.

New QNAP firmware adds IP camera recording

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QNAP today announced version 2.1.0 firmware that enhances the feature set of its Turbo NAS series (TS-109/ 209/ 409).

QNAP adds new rack-mount NAS; BitTorrent certification

Updated QNAP Systems yesterday announced a new 1U, 4-bay rack-mountable NAS server.

QNAP adds higher-performance TS-109 and TS-209 NASes

QNAP Systems recently announced the next generation of its one and two drive TS-109 Pro and TS-209 Pro NASes.

The TS-109 Pro II and TS-209 Pro II are based on a Marvell 500MHz CPU and 256MB of DDRII memory; twice the memory of the previous generation versions.

The new models carry forward all of the features of the TS-109 Pro and TS-209 Pro, including TwonkyMedia server, LAMP web and mySQL database servers.

The TS-109 Pro II and TS-209 Pro II are available now at MSRPs of $329 and $429 respectively.

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