QNAP TS-110 NAS announced



QNAP has just announced that they will be introducing yet another family member to the Turbo NAS line with the new TS-110 desktop NAS server that targets home and SOHO users. The TS-110 will boast a solitary 3.5″ SATA hard drive that is capable of holding up to 2TB of storage space. In terms of processing power, the QNAP TS-110 will come with a Marvell 800MHz processor that ought to provide more than enough muscle for your NAS needs, coupled with 256MB DDRII memory that ought to be sufficient enough for solid performance without taking up too much juice from the local power grid.

Users can configure the QNAP TS-110 to work in tandem with QNAP’s exclusive Q-RAID 1 for high data redundancy, helping keep your data safe and secure for that added peace of mind. In addition, the TS-110 will also support advanced features including iSCSI Target service with Thin Provisioning and a Gigabit LAN port and policy based IP blocking, S.M.A.R.T hard disk health monitoring, in addition to email and SMS notifications in the event of any problems arising with the unit. Apart from that, you get three USB 2.0 ports (too bad this is not USB 3.0 ready) that will include an unique auto-copy feature on the front port with an e-SATA port for further connectivity options

Being suitable for both in home or home-based businesses, the QNAP TS-110 is 100% compatible with Windows, Macintosh, Linux, and UNIX networks, boasting an integrated UPnP/DLNA media server with TwonkyMedia enabled that is capable of supporting a wide range of DLNA media players including the newly rejuvenated Sony PS3 and Microsoft Xbox 360 consoles. You can also turn this 2TB monster into a high-speed PC-less Download Station thanks to the special QGet utility that allows users to manage the BT, FTP and HTTP download tasks remotely via a local network or the Internet. Expect the QNAP TS-110 to be out sometime this month.

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