QNAP

Dec 11 2012

News - QNAP Adds DVR and Live TV Streaming Capabilities to Turbo NAS Devices

If you live in a DVB-T region and are in the market for a new NAS, then QNAP would like to have a word with you. QNAP recently introduced a new feature, TV Station, to their Tubo NAS line-up that allows their NAS devices to serve as a DVR and to stream live TV to connected clients. TV Station is availble through QPKG, QNAP's add-on management system. The add-on's functionality is still fairly limited at this point, restricted as it is to USB DVB-T tuners and an over-the-air EPG, and only supporting streaming to browsers on Windows with the assistance of VLC, but it is still an interesting addition to QNAP's growing portfolio of media serving add-ons.

 QNAP TV Station

NAS specialist QNAP this week announced a brand new feature for its latest range of network attached storage servers. Add a USB DVB-T TV tuner, and your QNAP NAS will take on DVR responsibilities, streaming live and recorded TV to multiple clients arounf [sic] the home.

We Got Served

Jan 12 2012

News - QNAP Announces New Turbo NAS Server Lineup, Updated Management Firmware

QNAP Turbo NAS

QNAP unveiled a number of new products at CES this week. QNAP launched a new lineup of Turbo NAS servers, along with a new VioStar NVR Surveillance System, V3.6 Management Firmware update, and the JB-1200U-RP expansion storage module for the recently announced TS-x79 SMB-class Turbo NAS. Admittedly, most of QNAP's products are geared more toward business users. Most of us don't really need the 200TB offered by the JB-1200U-RP expansion module or the VioStar's 48 channels of surveillance, but the Turbo NAS line of devices is a solid choice for a network pulling double duty for a home business or anyone interested in a NAS that provides more web server options. The new V3.6 Management Firmware does add media and cloud sharing features to the Turbo NAS's set of network backup and storage tools and the new Turbo NAS servers will come in 2,4,5,6, or 8 drive versions so there is one for every size network. 

QNAP unveils its TurboNAS server lineup, VioStor NVR video surveillance systems, NAS Firmware and a new storage expansion solution for its business-class Turbo NAS.

Powered by a dual-core Intel Atom processor, the new NAS series (available in 2, 4, 5, 6, or 8-drive versions) provides business-ready features, making it the ideal networked storage choice for small to medium-sized businesses.

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