QNAP Boosts TS-x53A with New Capabilities for Centralized Storage and IoT applications
By apacciooutlook | Monday, December 03, 2018
FREMONT, CA: QNAP, a provider of Network-attached Storage (NAS) and Network Video Recorder (NVR) solutions, upgrades its mid-range NAS lineup with new features and capabilities for high performance storage and IoT applications for growing small and medium businesses.
The new TS-x53A series is powered by QTS 4.2 NAS OS and is available in 2, 4, 6, and 8 drive bay models. The TS-x53A series features a new Intel Braswell N3150 1.66GHz (burst 2.08 GHz) quad-core processors and a 4k capable High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) output. It has a memory of 4GB DDR3L systems RAM as standard and 8GB as optional, and also expandable up to 128TB foradditional storage needs. TS-853A and UX-800 are available with 8TB Hard Disk Drives (HDD).
The features include new Linux station, QNAP snapshot recovery, high performance hardware-based encryption for increased security, and consumer and business-ready apps.
The QNAPs snapshot file recovery feature recovers a deleted file from a snapshot of the NAS volume and its Qsirch is a real-time full-text natural search capability on a NAS. The QNAP’s embedded QTS 4.2 NAS OS, featured in TS-x53A series provides enhancements in sharing, back up, and accessing files including music, videos, movies and pictures in its browser-based OS.
The built-in virtualization capabilities of TS-x53A allow users in building container applications (LXC and Docker) as well as virtual machines (VMs) on NAS. The Linux Station, based on LXC (Linux Containers) offers a full functionality Linux environment for both environment and development.
The TS-x53A series NAS, transcodes 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD) /1080p videos quickly and handle multiple concurrent user/task with ease with its new processors powered by 8th generation Intel graphics. TS-x53A series empowered with new business features and home components makes it an essential storage solution for small offices, workgroups and prosumers.