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  • 1. QNAPTurbo NAS Business Series
    TS-259 Pro+
    TS-459 Pro II
    TS-459 Pro+
    TS-659 Pro II
    TS-659 Pro+
    TS-559 ProII
    TS-559 Pro+
    TS-859 Pro+
    TS-459U-RP+/-SP+
    TS-859U-RP+
    Product Presentation
    March 2011
    http://www.qnap.com
  • 2. Legal Disclaimer
    INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH QNAP® PRODUCTS. NO LICENSE, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, BY ESTOPPEL OR OTHERWISE, TO ANY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IS GRANTED BY THIS DOCUMENT. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN QNAP'S TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE FOR SUCH PRODUCTS, QNAP ASSUMES NO LIABILITY WHATSOEVER, AND QNAP DISCLAIMS ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY, RELATING TO SALE AND/OR USE OF QNAP PRODUCTS INCLUDING LIABILITY OR WARRANTIES RELATING TO FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, MERCHANTABILITY, OR INFRINGEMENT OF ANY PATENT, COPYRIGHT OR OTHER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHT.
    QNAP products are not intended for use in medical, life saving, life sustaining, critical control or safety systems, or in nuclear facility applications.
    QNAP may make changes to product specifications at any time, without notice. The information here is subject to change without notice. Contact your local QNAP sales office or your distributor to obtain the latest product specifications before placing your product order.
    QNAP, QNAP logo, and VioStor are trademarks or registered trademarks of QNAP Systems, Inc. or its subsidiaries. Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.
    Copyright © 2010, QNAP Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 3. About QNAP
    • Spin-off from ICP, QNAP has more than 9 years design experience in embedded systems
    • 4. Company founded: April 2004
    • 5. Capital: US$18M
    • 6. Employee head count: 190 (March 2011)
    • 7. Sales channel: Worldwide IT distribution channel under QNAP brand
    • 8. Successful experience in developing innovative IA products.
    • 9. Most Advanced Digital Surveillance Systems (Digital Video Recorder, Network Video Recorder)
    • 10. Best synergy in storage and surveillance
    • 11. Most Extensive Networking Storage (RAID, NAS)
    • 12. NMP (Network Multimedia Player)
  • Core Competencies
    The Top-notch R&D Team in the Industry!!!
    Software Team (over 60 engineers)
    Pioneer in embedded Linux technology
    High performance and high reliability server & video technology
    Extensive experience in RISC I/O processor
    Experts in TCP/IP offload engine technology
    Most complete self-developed management software
    Advanced network distributed management technology
    Hardware Team (over 20 engineers)
    Top notch E/E and ME design engineer team
    Partner with major chipset vendors: Intel/VIA/Freescale/Marvell/Silicon Image
    ID/ME/Thermal in house design & simulation capability
    Quality, Reliability and Compatibility are the Key Factors for the Success of QNAP and Our Partners
    • Hardware Test:
    • 13. Rigid stress test, reliability/stability test
    • 14. Performance test, function test
    • 15. Compatibility test
    • 16. EMI test
    • 17. Software Test:
    • 18. Full function test
    • 19. Compatibility test
    • 20. Real environment 32 clients NetBench test
    • 21. Most Stringent Quality Controlled Manufacturing
    • 22. SMT/DIP Facility/Assembly Facility
    • 23. Well setup IQC/IPQC/OQC system
    32 Clients Simulation
    Chamber
    EMI Lab
  • 24. NAS
    Network
    Attached
    Storage
    Digital Signage
    System
    NMP
    Network
    Multimedia
    Player
    NVR
    Network
    Surveillance
    System
    QNAP Core Technology
    QNAP is one of the few NAS suppliers who own three core technologies ---
    Digital Signage
  • 27. QNAP Product Lines Overview -1
    TS-439 Pro II+
    1. Turbo NAS Series (Network Attached Storage)
    • Intel-based iSCSI NAS for SMB & Enterprise (Tower)
    • 28. Exceptional Performance NAS with VMware Ready, Citrix Ready, and Microsoft Windows 2008 Hyper-V Clusters compliant
    TS-259 Pro+
    TS-459 Pro II
    TS-459 Pro+
    TS-559 Pro II
    TS-559 Pro+
    TS-659 Pro II
    TS-659 Pro+
    TS-809 Pro
    TS-859 Pro+
    TS-239 Pro II+
    • Intel-based iSCSI NAS for SMB & Enterprise
    (Rack Mount)
    • Exceptional Performance NAS with VMware Ready, Citrix Ready, and Microsoft Windows 2008 Hyper-V Clusters compliant
    • 29. Home & SOHO NAS
    • 30. All-in-one SOHO & Home NAS Series
    TS-212
    TS-210
    TS-219P+
    TS-412
    TS-119P+
    TS-419P+
    TS-112
    TS-110
    TS-809U-RP
    TS-859U-RP+
    TS-459U-RP+/-SP+
    TS-410
  • 31. QNAP Product Lines Overview -2
    2. QNAP NVR Series (Network Video Recorder)
    Enterprise NVR: 16~40 CH NVR
    VS-60xx Pro Series
    VS-40xxU-RP Pro Series
    VS-80xx Series
    VS-80xxU-RP Series
    VS-40xx Pro Series
    SOHO/ SMB NVR:
    • 4 CH ~ 12CH NVR
    Home NVR:
    VS-2004L/4CH
    VS-2008L/8 CH
    VS-2012 Pro
    VS-2008 Pro
    VS-2004 Pro
    3. QNAP NMP Series (Network Multimedia Player)
    Home NMP:
    NMP-1000P
  • 32. QNAP Global Market Positioning -1
  • 33. QNAP Global Market Positioning -2
    http://www.crn.com/storage/217800990;jsessionid=XVXWBVDE5ORDIQSNDLPSKHSCJUNN2JVN
     
    Bright Spot In Gloomy Storage Biz: Sub-$5,000 SOHO NAS
    By Joseph F. Kovar, ChannelWeb 12:37 PM EDT Fri. Jun. 12, 2009
    However, she did admit there was somewhat of an apples-to-oranges comparison between 2008 and 2007. "Some vendors we didn't capture [data from] in 2007, but we later found out did well, like QNAP in Taiwan, which sells mainly to Europe," she said.
    In 2008, Netgear was the largest seller of sub-$5,000 SOHO NAS appliances, with sales of $98.7 million, up 128 percent over 2007. That gave the company a 28 percent share of the market, Gartner said.
    It was followed by Buffalo Technology with sales of $44 million, down 47.2 percent; EMC (NYSE:EMC)'s Iomega (NYSE:IOM) with sales of $38 million, up 69 percent; Hewlett-Packard (NYSE:HPQ) with sales of $30 million, up 13 percent; and LaCie with sales of $25 million (percent change unavailable), according to Gartner.
    In terms of units, Buffalo Technology led the market despite a 34.4-percent drop in shipments to 62,950 units, giving it a market share of 19 percent.
    It was followed by Netgear with 52,255 units, LaCie with 50,000 units, QNAP with 32,900 unitsand EMC's Iomega with 19,392 units, Gartner said.
  • 34. QNAP Global Market Positioning -3
    • Business Network Storage (By Raw Terabytes Shipped)
    The fastest growing business NAS supplier
    • NAS System Price Band:
    Sub-$5,000 & $5,000-$24,999
    • NAS System Price Band:
    Sub-$5,000 & $5,000-$24,999
    • NAS System Price Band:
    Sub-$5,000
    • NAS System Price Band:
    Sub-$5,000
    Source: Gartner (March 2010)
  • 35. QNAP Global Market Positioning -4
    • Business Network Storage (By Unit Shipments)
    • 36. NAS System Price Band:
    Sub-$5,000 & $5,000-$24,999
    • NAS System Price Band:
    Sub-$5,000
    Source: Gartner (March 2010)
  • 37. Best Tech Products 2010 from PC World
  • 38. QNAP TS-259 Pro Was Listed on Item 69
    QNAPNASis the only storage device on the list!!!
  • 39. QNAP- The Largest NAS Community Forum
    QNAP forum is the largest NAS community with more than 70,750members (Feb 2011). QNAP users can share experience, find answers, get direct support and receive the latest update information here. Meanwhile, you can also find other QNAP NAS aficionado on the QNAP Facebook and twitter page!
    • Forum: http://forum.qnap.com/
    • 40. Twitter: http://twitter.com/QNAP_nas
    • 41. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/QNAPSys
  • Recognition from Media around the World
    Te
    • QNAP Award-winning Turbo NAS series
  • QNAP NAS Product Lineup for Business (Tower, Q1 2011)
    • Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8GHz CPU
    • 42. 2GB DDRII RAM
    Corporate
    TS-809 Pro
    • Intel ATOM 1.8GHz Dual-Core CPU
    • 43. 1GB DDRIII RAM (Expandable RAM, up to 3GB)
    • 44. SATA III 6Gb/s
    • 45. USB 3.0
    Enterprise Entry
    TS-559 Pro II
    TS-659 Pro II
    TS-459Pro II
    • Intel ATOM 1.8GHz Dual-Core CPU
    • 46. 1GB RAM Memory
    TS-259 Pro+
    TS-459 Pro+
    TS-559 Pro+
    TS-659 Pro+
    TS-859 Pro+
    SMB
    • Intel ATOM 1.8GHz Single-Core CPU
    • 47. 1GB RAM Memory
    TS-239 Pro II+
    TS-439 Pro II+
    8-bay
    5-bay
    6-bay
    2-bay
    4-bay
  • 48. QNAP NAS Product Lineup for Business (Chassis, Q1 2011)
    Corporate
    • Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8GHz CPU
    • 49. 2GB DDRII RAM
    • 50. Intel ATOM 1.8GHz Dual-Core CPU
    • 51. 1GB RAM Memory
    TS-809U-RP
    TS-459U-RP+
    TS-859U-RP+
    Enterprise Entry
    TS-459U-SP+
    • Marvell 1.6GHz
    • 52. 512MB DDRIII RAM
    SMB
    TS-419U
    • Marvell 1.2GHz
    • 53. 256MB DDRII RAM
    TS-412U
    • Marvell 800MHz
    • 54. 512MB DDRII RAM
    TS-410U
    4-bay, 1U Rack mount
    8-bay, 2U Rack Mount
  • 55. QNAP NAS Product Lineup for Home (Tower, Q1 2011)
    • Marvell 1.6GHz
    • 56. 512MB DDRIII RAM
    Work Group
    TS-119P+
    TS-219P+
    TS-419P+
    SOHO
    • Marvell 1.2GHz
    • 57. 256MB DDRII RAM
    TS-112
    TS-212
    TS-412
    • Marvell 800MHz
    • 58. 256MB DDRII RAM
    Home
    TS-110
    TS-210
    TS-410
    2-bay
    4-bay
    1-bay
  • 59. QNAP All-in-one NAS Application
    File
    Server
    Backup
    Server
    Multimedia
    Station
    Music
    Station
    Disaster
    Recovery
    All-in-1
    NAS
    Application
    Download Station
    Virtualization
    Ready
    Email Server
    Cloud
    Computing
    Surveillance
    Station
    Printer
    Server
    MySQL
    Server
    FTP
    Server
    Web
    Server
  • 60. QNAP All-in-one NAS Application for Business
    Surveillance
    Station
    File
    Server
    Backup
    Server
    Disaster
    Recovery
    MySQL
    Server
    Virtualization
    Ready
    Web
    Server
    Cloud
    Computing
    FTP
    Server
    Printer
    Server
  • 61. A. All-in-one NAS: File Server -1
    File
    Server
    Sharing File Across Windows, Mac, and Linux:
    QNAP’s Turbo NAS supports NFS, AFP, and SMB/CIFS. You can share files among PCs with different OS easily!
    (Mac OS X Supported!)
  • 62. A. All-in-one NAS: File Server -2
    File
    Server
    2. Store Files with Access Right Control
    Centralized management of documents. Access right of users and user groups can be configured easily. Only authorized parties can read or modify files, which greatly enhances the security of data access.
    WAN
    1
    Public
    Customer Group
    Datasheet
    Support
    2
    Partner
    Partner
    LAN
    Office
    Designer
    Projects
    Tools
    Sales
    Sales
  • 63. A. All-in-one NAS: File Server -3
    File
    Server
    3. Easy-to-use Web-based Management Interface
    You can create user ID and password, and define the authority and quota for each user by web browser easily without MIS help.
  • 64. A. All-in-one NAS: File Server -4
    File
    Server
    4. Web File Manager:
    More than just a disk on your local network, you can also access your stored files anytime, anywhere by web browser!
    IP
    A
    A
  • 65. A. All-in-one NAS: File Server -5
    5. Windows AD
    The NAS can be easily joined to Windows AD for efficient user account management. The users can use the same AD account name and password to connect to the NAS on the local network. The NAS supports large-scale AD deployment of up to 200,000 AD users and groups.
    File
    Server
  • 66. A. All-in-one NAS: File Server -6
    File
    Server
    6. Shared Folder Aggregation
    The shared folder aggregation feature allows you to create a portal folder and aggregate multiple shared folders from different IP addresses to the portal folder. It provides you an easier way to manage and share the data in Windows AD environment and lets users access all the resources from a single access point.
  • 67. A. All-in-one NAS: File Server -7
    File
    Server
    7. ISO Files Archiving & Sharing
    QNAP NAS supports mounting ISO images of CD and DVD discs as network shares for data archiving, storage, and sharing. This feature saves the space for storing the physical discs, reduces the risk of data loss caused by disc wearing and tearing, and enhances the performance of data sharing on a business network.
  • 68. B. All-in-one NAS: Backup Server -1
    Backup
    Server
    Real Time & Scheduled Auto Backup
    Choose Turbo Server on the LAN
    When using automatically backup, choose a
    QNAP NAS and folder on the network.
    Select the folder to be backup
    Choose folders on local computer.
    Upload your folder
    Click “Start” to put all the files in local folder
    Onto Turbo Server.
    LAN
    Windows/MAC/Linux PC or Laptop
  • 69. B. All-in-one NAS: Backup Server -2
    Backup
    Server
    QNAP Backup Software - NetBak Replicator
    The intelligent automatic backup software- NetBak Replicator is provided for the NAS users to perform real-time synchronization or schedule backup from multiple PCs to the NAS. There is no license issue about user account limitation.
    Easy Selection:
    Select All or
    My Document
    Select Backup
    Destination
    Backup Level:
    Folder or
    File Level
    Backup Log:
    Record Errors
    Backup option: Real Time/ Schedule/Instant
  • 70. B. All-in-one NAS: Backup Server -3
    Backup
    Server
    3rd party backup software supported
    QNAP’s Turbo NAS provides a great alternative for tape replacement. Several well-known backup software have been verified that they could smoothly work with QNAP NAS server.
    CA BrightStor ARCserve Backup
    Acronis True Image
    EMC Retrospect
    Symantec Backup Exec
    LaCie SilverKeeper (backup)
  • 71. B. All-in-one NAS: Backup Server -4
    Backup
    Server
    Apple Time Machine® Support
    • Easy configuration
    • 72. Serves as the Time Machine® backup destination for multiple Macs
    running OS X (10.5 or later)
    • Quota limitation
    http://www.qnap.com/pro_application.asp?ap_id=227
    Application Note:
  • 73. C. All-in-one NAS: Disaster Recovery-1
    The NAS offers complete backup solution for data protection. You can choose different backup modes for redundant data backup.
    Disaster
    Recovery
    • Real-time Remote Replication (RTRR)
    • 74. Backup to Cloud Storage
    • 75. Backup to External Storage
    • 76. Backup to Rsync Server
  • C. All-in-one NAS: Disaster Recovery -2
    Disaster
    Recovery
  • 77. C. All-in-one NAS: Disaster Recovery -3
    Advantages of Real-time Remote Replication
    • Real-time Data Backup
    Replicate files instantly and continuously monitors the changes
    • Various Server Types
    External drive, NAS, and FTP server
    Backup over LAN and WAN
    • Remote Replication
    Support data integrity check, compression, and encryption
    Support file filter and policy control
    Disaster
    Recovery
  • 78. D. All-in-one NAS: Virtualization Ready
    -The Best IP SAN (iSCSI) Storage and Backup -1
    For business users, a high-performance and flexible storage expansion solution for existing applications is required. However, DAS (Direct Attached Storage) is not an efficient solution and a Fiber Channel SAN is too expensive and complicated to implement. The Turbo NAS can be usedfor both file sharing and IPSAN storage concurrently .
    Virtualization
    Ready
    IP SAN Application:
    Storage Expansion for application servers
    iSCSI Targets
    iSCSI Initiator
    Volume 1
    IP SAN
    LUN1 for server #1
    Application Server #1
    Application Server #2
    LUN2 for server #2
    NAS Application:
    Share File through SMB/CIFS, AFP and NFS
    Public
    Partner
    Office
    Volume 2
    Sales
  • 79. D. All-in-one NAS: Virtualization Ready
    -The Best IP SAN (iSCSI) Storage and Backup -2
    • IP SAN (iSCSI) storage can be deployed in existing networks and resources.
    LUN (Logical Unit Number) can be defined as storage expansion or backup targets of the existing application servers.
    Virtualization
    Ready
    iSCSI Target
    iSCSI Initiator
    LUN
    IP-SAN Switch
    Web Server
    LUN
    SQL Server
    IP SAN (iSCSI) Storage
    Exchange Server
    LUN
    Application Server
    IP-SAN Switch
    LUN
    Application Server
    IP SAN (iSCSI) Backup
    Application Server
  • 80. D. All-in-one NAS: Virtualization Ready
    -Shared Storage for Virtualization Environments
    QNAP NAS is NFS and iSCSI VMware certified and also compatible with Citrix XenServer and Microsoft Hyper-V environment. The NAS can be deployed easily as a shared storage in a virtualized testing environment where users need to run different types of operating systems and software applications.
    Virtualization
    Ready
    (NFS or iSCSI)
  • 81. D. All-in-one NAS: Virtualization Ready
    -Advanced iSCSI for Virtualization Deployment
    • Flexible multiple LUN management
    • 82. Multiple target and multiple LUN per target
    • 83. Map/Un-map LUNs to/from targets
    • 84. Secure IP SAN environment
    • 85. CHAP Authentication
    • 86. LUN Masking
    • 87. Designed for virtualized and clustered environments
    • 88. Support SPC-3
    • 89. Support MPIO (Multipath Input Output)
    • 90. Support MC/S (Multiple Connections per Session)
    Virtualization
    Ready
  • 91. D. All-in-one NAS: Virtualization Ready
    - Flexible Multiple LUN Management
    LUN mapping for flexible deploymentThe NAS supports multiple mapping between LUNs (Logical Unit Numbers) and iSCSI targets. The LUNs can be flexibly mapped to, unmapped from, and switched among different iSCSI targets.
    Virtualization
    Ready
    • Multiple LUNs per Target
    • 92. LUN Mapping, Un-Mapping
    Benefit:
    • Flexible deployment and management
  • D. All-in-one NAS: Virtualization Ready
    - Secure IP SAN Environment
    Virtualization
    Ready
    LUN masking for enhanced IP-SAN securityQNAP NAS supports CHAP authentication and advanced Access Control List (ACL). You can create LUN masking policy to specify the access rights of the initiators to each LUN and prevent unauthorized access.
    • CHAP Authentication
    • 93. LUN Masking
    Benefits
    • Secure access and enhance the security of IP-SAN
  • D. All-in-one NAS: Virtualization Ready
    - Designed for Virtualized and Clustered Environments
    QNAP NAS features iSCSI targets with SPC-3 support for clustered environment deployment.
    Virtualization
    Ready
    You can build a shared iSCSI volume for:
    • Windows 2008 failover clusteringand Cluster Shared Volumes Support to build windows server Hyper-V clusters and execute virtual machine live migration between Hyper-V hosts.
    • 94. iSCSI datastore for VMware will allow you to build a VMware HA clusters, and also enable VMware FT.
  • D. All-in-one NAS: Virtualization Ready
    - Advanced MPIO and MC/S Supported
    iSCSI targets with MC/S and MPIOWith the support of MPIO (Multipath Input Output) and MC/S (Multiple Connections per Session), you can connect to QNAP iSCSI targets using two or more network interfaces from your server with failover and load balancing and achieve better data transmission performance.
    Virtualization
    Ready
    MC/S:
    • Enhanced Performance
    • 95. Failover
    • 96. Load Balancing
    MPIO:
    • Supported by many applications
    • 97. Failover
    • 98. Load Balancing
  • E. Cloud Computing: MyCloudNAS Service
    Remote Access Anytime, Anywhere: MyCloudNAS Service
    MyCloudNAS is a feature which helps you connect to your NAS over the Internet. The easy to use wizard allows you to assign a unique name to your NAS and access the NAS services by the given URLs without going through the complicated process of registering DDNS service. You can also publish the NAS services for sharing without the need to remember the IP address or long URL name. You can now share, access, and manage your NAS easily from anywhere.
    Cloud
    Computing
    • Host name registration
    • 99. Auto router configuration
    • 100. Publish and share NAS service conveniently
  • F. All-in-one NAS: Printer Server
    QNAP NAS offers cross-platform printer sharing over the network and remote printing over Internet (max. 3 USB printers). The printer sharing feature is now enhanced by the following:
    Printer
    Server
    • Print your documents from anywhere:
    Printing over HTTP (LAN & Internet/port 631)
    • Advanced Printer Management
    • 101. Displays each printer’s print jobs with
    client IP, name, file name, and status
    • Pause, resume or delete print jobs
    • 102. Access right control (IP & domain names)
    • 103. Apple Bonjour Printing
    • 104. Zero-configuration setup
    • 105. Specify particular printers for sharing
  • G. All-in-one NAS: FTP Server -1
    Having troubles with sending large files by e-mails due to the limited capacity?
    1. Establish Your Own FTP Server to Share Your Files.
    Just a few installation steps, you can manage the access authority of the FTP server and share your files with your customers easily!
    FTP
    Server
    Turbo NAS
    FTP Service
    SMB Users
  • 106. G. All-in-one NAS: FTP Server -2
    2. Sharing File over the Internet Securely
    Besides access right control, the FTP server supports secure encryption (FTP over SSL/ TLS). Passive mode FTP port range setup is also supported.
    FTP
    Server
  • 107. H. All-in-one NAS: Web Server -1
    Create Your Forum, Blog, and Online Store Easily
    Exclusive Built-in phpMyAdmin, Joomla!, MySQL & SQLite Dual Support!
    Users can either develop programs by themselves or download a variety of open-sourced applications, such as online shops, forums, blogs over the Internet.
    Web
    Server
    Blog
    Web
    album
    Community
    Website
  • 108. H. All-in-one NAS: Web Server -2
    Web
    Server
    Web Server Virtual Hosting
    With Virtual Host Support, you can now host multiple websites on a single NAS simultaneously! Web Server Virtual Hosting supports hosting up to 32 websites, HTTPS connection, and SSL certificate import.
    See details: http://docs.qnap.com/nas/eng/index.html?virtual_host.htm
  • 109. I. All-in-one NAS: MySQL Server
    MySQL
    Server
    Great Solution for System Integrators
    QNAP Turbo NAS can be an ideal alternative solution of standalone MySQL database server.
    It can be flexibly applied in various deployments such as:
    a database server of another web server in remote site
    an additional backup database server to achieve system redundancy.
    Lower investment in smaller scale deployment (SMB/SOHO)
    MySQL DB server
    MySQL DB server
    Application server
    Application server
  • 110. J. All-in-one NAS: Surveillance Station- 1
    Live Audio & Video Monitoring, Recording and Playback over the Internet
    Surveillance
    Station
    New Enhancement:
    • Windows 64-bit OS support
    • 111. Y-cam support
    Application:
    • Remote monitoring of childcare situation
    • 112. Elder care
    • 113. Home and office security
    • 114. long-term environmental monitoring
  • J. All-in-one NAS: Surveillance Station- 2
    Surveillance
    Station
    High quality video recording in MPEG4 and
    Motion JPEG Format
    Real-time monitoring and recording for up to 30 frames/ Sec per channel
    Live 2-way audio supported for real-time monitoring, and
    voice broadcasting
    Complete recording function
    • Motion Detection
    Recording is triggered when a moving object is detected by
    the camera.
    • Continuous / Schedule recording
    • 115. Synchronized audio recording
  • J. All-in-one NAS: Surveillance Station- 3
    Surveillance
    Station
    • Alarm schedule recording
    Different recording modes can be defined for different time
    periods, e.g. alarm recording at daytime and continuous
    recording at night time.
    • E-mail notification
    Alert emails will be sent to administrator immediately when a system error or emergent event takes place.
    • Standard video recording format with Time Stamp
    The recordings are saved in AVI format (codec provided) for
    easy playing by Windows Media Player. Time stamp on the
    video is provided for convenient data search and can be used
    as legal evidence.
    • Flexible adjustment of the length of recording files
    Users can adjust the length of the recording files flexibly
    (1-15 minutes)
  • 116. J. All-in-one NAS: Surveillance Station- 4
    Surveillance
    Station
    Live real-time monitoring
    Varity Live video monitoring
    Single-channel, 2-channel and Picture-in-picture (PIP) monitoring modes are supported for flexible and key-location monitoring
    Support live 2-way audio
    Real-time audio and video monitoring, voice broadcasting
    Smart PTZ camera control by direct clicking on the control panel
    Users can zoom in/ zoom out and control camera’s direction by the “click and go” intuitive control panel. Preset positions can be easily and precisely controlled.
    Picture-in-picture mode
  • 117. Dual LAN Deployment
  • 118. Virtual LAN Support
    Virtual LAN (VLAN) is an advanced network feature of the NAS. You can integrate the NAS into an existing VLAN on a virtualization infrastructure and configure the NAS as the storage system for other VLAN devices. By enabling VLAN on the NAS, only the devices with the same VLAN ID can access the NAS
  • 119. USB Wi-Fi Adapter Support (Wireless LAN)
    QNAP NAS now supports USB Wi-Fi dongles for flexible and secure deployment in wireless network environment. Wirelessly connect the NAS to your network with a compatible b/g/n USB Wi-Fi adapter.
    • Support various encryption standards
    • 120. WEP
    • 121. WPA-Personal (AES/TKIP)
    • 122. WPA2-Personal (AES)
    • 123. Connect to a wireless network or create a wireless ad hoc network
    • 124. Create wireless profiles for different connections
  • Turbo NAS Advanced Features
    • Advanced RAID and Disk Management
    • 125. RAID Recovery
    • 126. Comprehensive Log System
    • 127. Encrypted File System to Protect Sensitive Data Leakage
    • 128. Policy-based Automatic IP Blocking
    • 129. Instant SMS Alert
    • 130. SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol)
    • 131. Import SSL Secure Certificate
    • 132. WebDAV
    • 133. HFS+ Support for External Drive
    • 134. System Migration
    • 135. QPKG Software Expansion Platform
  • Advanced RAID and Disk Management
    Turbo NAS offers RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 5+hot spare, 6+hot spare, 10+hot spare, multiple RAID, single disk and JBOD disk configurations.
    Online RAID Capacity Expansion
    • Online RAID Capacity Expansion enables users to flexibly expand the storage capacity with all the data reserved.
    • 136. Replace the hard drives on Turbo NAS Series step by step to increase the storage capacity.
    Online RAID Level Migration
    • Add a hard drive to the disk configuration and migrate to higher RAID configuration for higher level of redundancy.
    • 137. Online RAID Level Migration allows users to transfer and upgrade the RAID level settings easily.
    HDD S.M.A.R.T (Self-monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology)
    HDD S.M.A.R.T offers a quick overview for the Hard Disk Drive Status which enables users to monitor the status of hard disk drive to check potential problems. This tool helps prevent the unexpected failure of hard disk and avoid critical data loss.
  • 138. RAID Recovery
    RAID Recovery
    If you unplug more than two disks from a RAID 5 volume or more than three disks from a RAID 6 disk volume, the RAID volume will crash normally RAID Recovery is QNAP’s exclusive technology. It can recover failed RAID 1/ 5/ 6 to the degraded mode and failed RAID 0 and JBOD to the normal state.
  • 139. Encrypted File System to Protect Sensitive Data Leakage-1
    If the hard disks or the NAS were stolen, the sensitive data might be leaked!
    The Encrypted File System feature of the NAS allows the server managers to encrypt each storage volume to prevent data loss caused by theft. All the data is encrypted by AES 256-bit, malicious persons can only find scramble code on the encrypted hard disks.
    Applications: Bank, government, medical data, financial information, private photos, etc.
    Volume 1
    Unlock by encryption password or importing encryption key file
    Encryption Key #1
    Volume 2
    Unlock by encryption password or importing encryption key file
    Encryption Key #2
    Volume 3
    Non-encrypted volume
  • 140. Encrypted File System to Protect Sensitive Data Leakage-2
    The server managers can choose different levels of security.
    Manual unlock:
    The server manager can login the management page to input the password or import the key file to unlock the volume when the system boots up.
    A. High security
    Volume 1
    Encryption Key #1
    Server manager keeps the encryption key
     If the NAS or the hard disks are stolen, all the data cannot be accessed without encryption key
    Auto Unlock:
    The encryption key can be saved on the NAS and the disk volume can be unlocked and mounted to the system automatically.
    B. Mid security
    Volume 2
    • If the hard disks are stolen, the data cannot be accessed.
    • 141. Cannot fully prevent data leakage if the entire server is stolen, but it is more convenient since the server manager does not need to enter the encryption password manually.
    Encryption Key #2
    The encryption key is saved on the NAS
  • 142. Comprehensive Event Log System
    Comprehensive Event Log System
    Detailed logs offile-leveldata access to the Turbo NAS viaSamba, FTP, AFP, HTTP(HTTPS), Telnet, iSCSI and SSH, and network services accessed by the online users are all recorded.
    IT administrators can easily control detailed logs of each file (who, when, and what actions were done).
    The logs can also be exported as Excel (csv) file for analysis.
  • 143. Policy-based Automatic IP Blocking- 1
    To prevent the NAS from malicious attacks, the server manager can create an IP filter policy toallow, deny, or auto-blocking the IP address or network domainwhich attempts to connect to the NAS via SSH/ Telnet/HTTP(S)/ FTP/ samba/AFP.
  • 144. Policy-based Automatic IP Blocking- 2
    Users can control the access to the server according to the number of times an IP fails to login the server via a certain connection method.
    The connection type includes SSH, Telnet, HTTP(S), FTP, SAMBA, and AFP.
  • 145. Instant SMS Alert
    The instant system alerts would be sent via the SMS Service provided by the SMS Provider.
    Users could enter 2 sets of mobile phone number worldwide at most to receive the message and manage the system in time.
    System Error!!
  • 146. SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol)
    Enable SNMP service on the NAS to actively send the information, warning or error of the NAS to max 3 SNMP trap addresses installed SNMP management tool. Moreover, MIB of NAS can be downloaded and imported to your PC with SNMP tool. Your PC can then acquire the info of the NAS actively, e.g. CPU-usage, temperature.
    Event log
    (info, error, warning)
  • 147. Import SSL Secure Certificate
    The administrator can upload a secure certificate and an RSA private key in X.509PEM format issued by a trusted provider in order to allow the users to access the NAS by secure SSL login
  • 148. WebDAV
    • WebDAV
    • 149. WebDAV stands for Web-based Distributed
    Authoring and Versioning
    • With WebDAV support, the QNAP NAS users will be able to
    access the share folders via HTTP/HTTPS protocol remotely.
    • Advantages over common network file transfer protocols
    (FTP, SMB and NFS)
    • Able to use 256-bit AES SSL encryption
    • 150. Bypass firewalls and proxies
    • 151. Faster than Microsoft networking(SMB/CIFS) over VPN
    Application Note:
    http://www.qnap.com/pro_application.asp?ap_id=229
  • 152. HFS+ Support for External Drive
    Can’t get the external drive work on your Mac?
    QNAP gives you the solution by presenting HFS+ support
    for the external drive(s)
    • HFS+ is the native file system for Mac OS X
    • 153. Highly improves the compatibility & data transfer capability between Mac OS X and QNAP NAS
    • 154. QNAP NAS now supports the following file system for all external drives:
    • 155. EXT 3
    • 156. EXT 4
    • 157. FAT32
    • 158. NTFS
    • 159. HFS+
    See details:http://docs.qnap.com/nas/eng/index.html?external_storage_device.htm
  • 160. System Migration
    Ever wanted to upgrade your QNAP NAS, but tired of backing up the data? System Migration is exactly what you need .
    • No re-initialization or data transfer needed
    • 161. Simply install the disks on the new QNAP NAS with its original order
    Destination
    Source
    See details: http://docs.qnap.com/nas/eng/index.html?system_migration.htm
  • 162. Firmware Live Update
    Still using the old fashion way to keep you NAS up-to-date?
    Automatically check for update when login into the NAS web administration console.
    See details: http://docs.qnap.com/nas/eng/index.html
  • 163. QMobile
    Data Access by iPhone and Android Mobile Devices
    QNAP offers a free multimedia application QMobile for users of iPhone and Android handsets to carry all the multimedia files on the NAS in their pockets. You can stream videos, watch and upload digital pictures, play music that are stored on the NAS over the network and share your music playlists with other iPhone or Android phones users.
    See details: http://www.qnap.com/pro_application.asp?ap_id=430
  • 164. QPKG Software Expansion Platform
    Explore the unlimited possibilities of your QNAP NAS!
    The QPKG is a convenient platform developed by QNAP to enable users to install lots of useful software applications. The software developed from the users and community worldwide. By a few simple clicks and uploading on the user-friendly GUI, all these applications can be installed. There is no need to go through the hassles of any complicated programming.
    And more new packages…
    http://www.qnap.com/QPKG.asp
    See Details: QPKG Packages & Application:
  • 165. Vertical Application: NASfor Surveillance -1
    QNAP NAS for DVR Storage
    By iSCSI
    PC-based DVR
    iSCSI LUN
    USB
    Switch
    QNAP NAS
    DVR
    Folders
    By FTP or SMB/CIFS
    Back up the recordings to external device
    Folders
    By http (through QNAP NAS API)
    PC-based DVR
  • 166. Vertical Application: NASfor Surveillance -2
    QNAP NAS for IP Camera Recording through IP-SAN
    Switch
    By iSCSI
    IP Cameras
    (with iSCSI initiator)
    Switch
    iSCSI LUN
    QNAP NAS
    Switch
  • 167. Introducing New Turbo NAS Business Series: TS-x59 Pro II
    Introducing Turbo NAS TS-x59 Pro II Series:
    TS-459 Pro II
    TS-559 Pro II
    TS-659 Pro II
    • Powered by Intel® Atom™ Processor D525 1.8 GHz (Dual-Core)
    • 168. Outstanding Hardware Design: DDR3, SATA 3 (6Gb/s), USB3.0 supported
    • 169. Expandable RAM up to 3GB
    • 170. High-speed performance: 115 MB/s Reading; 104 MB/s Writing (FTP/ Samba)
    • 171. DOM Architecture and Embedded Fail-safe Dual OS
    • 172. Hot-swappable and Advanced RAID Configurations: RAID 0,1,5,6,10, 5+hot spare, 6+hot spare, 10+hot spare
    • 173. Online RAID Capacity Expansion, Online RAID Level Migration
  • Rock-solid Hardware Design of TS-x59 Pro II Series
    TS-x59 Pro II Series Provides the rock-solid Hardware with the most expandability:
    • Dual Gigabit LAN Port
    • 174. 2 x USB3.0 and 2 x eSATA ports, for high-speed data transfers and expandability
    • 175. 4 x USB2.0ports
    Rear View
    Front View
  • 176. Expandable RAM Module of TS-x59 Pro II Series
    TS-x59 Pro II series provides an additional SO-DIMM RAM Slot, users can easily follow 3-steps below to upgrade the RAM memory.
    1. Loosen the 3 screws.
    2. Remove the case cover of the NAS gently.
    3. Lift up the Mylar sheet and insert the RAM module.
    • Expandable RAM up to 3GB
    • 177. Applied models: TS-x59 Pro II series (4/5/6-bay)
    • 178. Optional QNAP RAM Module for additional purchase: 1GB, 2GB
    • 179. Online User Manual: http://docs.qnap.com
  • Product Specifications: TS-659 Pro II
    • TS-659 Pro II: http://www.qnap.com/pro_info.asp?p_id=167
  • Product Specifications: TS-559 Pro II
    • TS-559 Pro II: http://www.qnap.com/pro_info.asp?p_id=166
  • Product Specifications: TS-459 Pro II
    • TS-459 Pro II: http://www.qnap.com/pro_info.asp?p_id=165
  • Exceptional Performance: TS-659 Pro II/ TS-559 Pro II
    FTP/ SAMBA
  • 180. Exceptional Performance: TS-459 Pro II
    FTP/ SAMBA
  • 181. Green NAS- Efficient Power Management
    The Turbo NAS offers efficient power management solutions:
    • Hard Disk Standby :
    Users can configure the hard disks to enter standby mode if there is no disk access within the specified period.
    • Scheduled power on/ off (max. 15 sets):
    The flexible scheduled power on/off feature helps users to manage the NAS server's up time according to the demands.
    • Power Consumption:
  • Quiet & Noise-free Design
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