QNAP® Unveils Thunderbolt™ 3 NAS, QIoT Suite, QTS IoT Server, 4K Live-stream Broadcasts, and Other Exciting NAS Solutions
QNAP, Inc. will tomorrow unleash full-throttle network-attached storage innovations at CES 2017 in Las Vegas (The Sands Expo, Level 2 – No. 41169), including industry-first Thunderbolt™ 3 NAS solutions, revolutionary Thunderbolt-to-Ethernet (T2E) Converter technology, game-changing Internet of Things applications, 4K live-streaming/broadcasting, alongside the ultimate storage device that combines NAS and optical discs. This versatility demonstrates QNAP’s willingness to break boundaries, and will stand out at CES across the consumer, SMB, and enterprise markets.
Highly desirable Thunderbolt 3 NAS for video professionals
QNAP advances its renowned Thunderbolt™ NAS with the latest Thunderbolt™ 3 technology. Supporting higher speeds (up to 40Gbit/sec) than the previous generation, the pioneering Thunderbolt™ 3 NAS is the best companion for the latest MacBook Pro®, providing compelling features, storage, and reliability for creative professionals and enthusiasts who focus more on 4K or 3D workflows. The innovative T2E Converter (available in QTS 4.3) bridges Thunderbolt™ and Ethernet networks, making the Thunderbolt™ NAS a native Thunderbolt-to-Ethernet adapter for wider application scenarios.
Break traditional business boundaries with QIoT
Following the launch of QIoT Containers for building a private IoT cloud platform, the QIoT Suite provides additional practical modules for developers to easily adopt, accelerating development and services. CES will also mark the unveiling of QBoat (QTS IoT Server powered by the Intel® AnyWAN™ SoC GRX750), which helps connect and manage IoT devices and applications to provide a handy solution for the great potential industrial demands of IoT. Visitors can also discover the QNAP IFTTT Agent to experience web automation service with QNAP NAS. The new 1-bay 2.5″-drive TGX-150 NAS, powered by the Intel® AnyWAN™ SoC GRX750 and featuring a built-in gateway with wireless access point, will also be showcased.
4K Live-stream broadcasts
Live-stream broadcasts enable real-time audience interaction and increase engagement, providing great potential for versatile business and lifestyle applications. QNAP’s DJ2 Live is an exclusive live broadcasting platform based on a private cloud that supports up to 4K video live-stream broadcasts and stores all the videos on the private, secure, high-capacity QNAP NAS. It also supports streaming to video services such as YouTube™ and Facebook®. QNAP will demonstrate DJ2 Live with compatible smart glasses at CES for users to experience mobile live streaming applications.
NAS with recordable optical disc drive compatibility
The TVS-882BR features a 5.25″ drive bay for installing recordable optical disc drives, providing an extra method for transferring content from discs to the NAS for more convenient access and sharing. By installing a disc writer, users can also directly copy data to disc – providing an extra layer of protection for important data. Supported drives include Blu-ray Disc and BDXL-compatible disc writers.
New QVR Pro surveillance solution
QVR Pro integrates QNAP’s professional QVR system into the QTS operating system. Users not only can arrange a dedicated, independent storage space for surveillance data on the NAS, but also can leverage the advantages of scalability and storage manageability from QTS. Enhancements include: higher performance for video playback and exporting, a consistent management interface for cross-platform client devices, batch adding and editing cameras, advanced event management, and more.
High-capacity 16-bay Xeon® D Super NAS for virtual environment deployment
Powered by an Intel® Xeon® D processor, the powerful enterprise-class TS-1685 features twelve 3.5″ bays for storage and four 2.5″ bays for SSDs. Six M.2 slots and QNAP Qtier™ Technology provide SSD caching for around-the-clock acceleration, making the TS 1685 the ideal solution for deploying virtualization environments using Virtualization Station, Container Station and third-party hypervisors. Three PCIe slots provide users with total flexibility for meeting the needs of demanding applications by installing 10/40 GbE adapters, graphics cards, PCIe NVMe SSD, and USB 3.1 cards.
QNAP marketing and business development personnel will be on-hand to help determine product and marketing strategies for distributors and resellers to grow their business with industry-leading network appliance solutions from QNAP. Accredited members of the worldwide press are also invited to schedule product briefings and request evaluation units for review purposes.
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