QNAP Launches 6-Bay, Enterprise Strength TS-639 Pro Turbo NAS


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For those looking for an enterprise strength home server that offers the ultimate in storage expandability in a compact enclosure, check out QNAP’s latest RAID configurable beast with full on 256-bit data encryption and Load Balancing. Honestly, this is probably overkill for the majority of homes, but if you’re intent on collecting a ginormous media collection of Blu-ray / DVD movie rips, lossless audio, and hi-res photos that will be served around the home to multiple computers, then the QNAP TS-639 might just be for you. Attached below is the press release with more details to whet your appetite and a video showcase produced by QNAP.

QNAP Unveils Enterprise-grade TS-639 Pro Turbo NAS

6-bay, AES 256-bit volume-based encryption, and built-in iSCSI target device supported

QNAP Systems, Inc. today unveils the 6-bay TS-639 Pro Turbo NAS featuring low power Intel 1.6GHz CPU, 1GB DDRII memory, and striking new industrial design. It is stylish yet powerful and reliable, supports dual Giga LAN, RAID 0/1/5/6/5+spare configurations, Online RAID Capacity Expansion and Online RAID Level Migration, and offers advanced functions such as iSCSI target service with Thin Provisioning, AES 256-bit volume-based encryption, automatic policy-based IP blocking, instant SMS alert, and SSL secure certificate etc. The NAS is also able to deliver outstanding performance for intensive simultaneous data access in the business environment.

“The TS-639 Pro is a business-class Turbo NAS with complete new industrial design,” commented Zack Huang, Product Manager from QNAP. “It adopts vertical hard drive mounting which allows vertical air convection for excellent heat dissipation as less air is trapped beneath compared to horizontal hard drive mounting. Moreover, the TS-639 Pro uses an energy-saving Intel processor which guarantees low power consumption and allows 24×7 operation. It is an ideal storage solution for businesses.”

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The TS-639 Pro supports built-in iSCSI target service with Thin Provisioning. Up to 8 iSCSI devices can be created for storage expansion or backup destination of the existing application servers on the network. The Thin Provisioning feature supports flexible allocation of the storage space to the application servers regardless of the actual storage capacity of the NAS. Besides, the TS-639 Pro supports secure data protection by AES 256-bit volume-based encryption that the hard disk data can only be accessed by an authorized password.

The TS-639 Pro supports Hard Disk Drive S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology) and comprehensive log system to let the server manager monitor the system closely. An LCD panel is provided for “Touch-N-Go” PC-less RAID installation, displaying system information, and basic server configuration. Versatile server functions are embedded in the NAS, e.g. file server, FTP server, DDNS support, Web server with built-in phpMyAdmin, Joomla, MySQL/ SQLite, editable php.ini, MySQL server and printer server (max 3 sets), etc. All these server functions can be accessed across Linux, UNIX, Mac, and Windows platforms.

More information about the TS-639 Pro Turbo NAS is available on http://www.qnap.com/pro_detail_feature.asp?p_id=108.




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  • http://homenetworking01.wordpress.com Simon Mackay

    Just like those receivers made through the 70s or the “ghetto-blasters” made through the early 80s, these NAS units made by Synology, Thecus, Netgear ReadyNAS and QNAP are certainly about raising the bar above everyone else. Look at QNAP’s range and you will certainly find the multi-disk RAID NAS that will suit your business or home network’s needs. You will certainly find units that you can afford but gain a lot more out of.

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