QNAP combine Linux with QTS Station at x53A TS series NAS systems

Dec

17

2015

QNAP has announced a new series of NAS systems, the company combines its QTS operating system with Linux Station. The latter is intended for installation and use of internet-of-things-packages.

The NAS systems in the TS-x53A QTS Linux Combo Series QNAP turn QTS, but users can install it via the App Center Linux Station. This allows them to install multiple internet-of-things-packages. If they connect a keyboard and mouse and connect the NAS via HDMI on a monitor, it is “Linux Station ‘to use as a desktop system and it can be managed as a remote desktop via a web browser, allows QNAP. Linux Station is otherwise only available from version 4.2.1 of QTS; that version is now only available as a beta.

The series is available in 2-, 4-, 6- and 8-Bay and the processor is an Intel Celeron N3150 quad-core with a clock speed of 1.6GHz processor. QNAP puts 4GB or 8GB DDR3L in the models. There are up to four gigabit Ethernet ports, four USB 3.0 ports and two HDMI interfaces.

The systems support hardware-accelerated AES 256bit encryption, snapshots for multiple recovery points, integrated virtualization and support of containers, which QNAP she tries to make it attractive for business applications. On the other hand, emphasizes the company the opportunity to play 4k-video using Kodi and for the multimedia applications is provided a remote control. Prices start at 399 euros for the TS-253A and go up to nearly 1,000 euros for the TS-853A with 8GB.

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