Latest QNAP NAS Products at CeBIT 2015
Peter Donnell / 4 years ago
QNAP is one of industries leading names when it comes to mass storage devices and after a quick visit to their booth at CeBIT, it was easy to see why. They’ve rolled out their most popular current product lines, as well as a few new models and revisions for 2015. While they do of course have some consumer friendly NAS solutions, such as their sleek white TS-251C, which offers a dual-core Intel Celeron processors, two-bays, personal cloud, on-the-fly transcoding, DLNA and more, making it a perfect choice for a home entertainment streaming setup, they’ve also got some very high-end stuff too. The TVS-871 is built for those who take their media setup very seriously, with 8-bays, a powerful Core i7-4790S 3.2GHz processor and more, this is the NAS you’ll want in your setup if you plan to stream and transcode 4K content. With features such as QvPC, VMware, Hyper-V and more, you’ll find the TVS-971 to be a very competent all-rounder.
Must like the Intel-powered TVS above, the 863+ is also a featured packed device, but has been better tailored towards HD content and equipped with an AMD quad-core processor.
Of course, QNAP offer a lot more than just the storage side of things. Their booth was littered with demonstrations of their impressive software suites, running everything from virtual desktops, streaming software, security applications and more. QNAP have some of the best NAS software and applications in the business and it’s great to be able to get hands on with them all at the show.
Designed for SMB and the enthusiast market, this 10-bay NAS is bursting with features and extremely high performance thanks to its built-in mSATA modules, offering support for up to 4 SSDs for caching, not forgetting its Xeon E3-1245 v3 3.4GHz processor and 32GB of DDR3 RAM!
Obviously, the only thing missing here is prices and availability, but as soon as we have more news for you, we’ll bring you the latest updates. For now, stay tuned for more exciting coverage from CeBIT 2015.