Intel D510 powered NAS Servers by 'Thecus and QNAP' - N4200 and Turbo NAS Servers

Thecus launched N4200 NAS Server, a 4 bay server offering “Cutting-edge performance, security and convenience for home user”. N4200 runs Intel’s dual-core D510 Atom processor, at 1.66GHz backed up by 1GB RAM. An onboard LCD reports a variety of system information including hard disk and network status and a cool secondary 2.8” OLED display allows […]

Thecus launched N4200 NAS Server, a 4 bay server offering “Cutting-edge performance, security and convenience for home user”. N4200 runs Intel’s dual-core D510 Atom processor, at 1.66GHz backed up by 1GB RAM. An onboard LCD reports a variety of system information including hard disk and network status and a cool secondary 2.8” OLED display allows simple configuration of device settings including WAN, LAN, Link Aggregation, languages and more, making N4200 friendliest Thecus NAS ever. N4200 comes with 4 SATA II hard disk bays offer up to 8TB of storage capacity, multiple RAID modes, including RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10 and JBOD. N4200 is equipped with Dual DOM technology, which uses a secondary DOM to reprogram primary DOM in the event of a failure, and ensures maximum uptime and data availability. N4200 can even handle itself during a power outage, using built-in battery backup module (BBM).

   

QNAP Systems unveiled its new series of ultra-high performance Turbo NAS servers TS-259 Pro, TS-459 Pro, TS-659 Pro and TS-859 Pro (a QNAP exclusive) that have been certified as compatible with VMware's vSphere4 (ESX 4.0) virtualization platform, ideal for departmental file sharing, storage, and advanced server applications in the office environment. New Turbo NAS series incorporates Intel Atom D-510 dual-core processor, version 3.2 of QNAP NAS management software which supports lots of class-leading new features such as iSCSI service; supports SPC-3 Persistent Reservation for clustering in VMware and Windows Server 2008. MPIO and MC/S are also supported. As well as new DFS support (Folder Aggregation), import of user-list, and customizable Daylight Saving Time for easier administration, the next-generation Internet Protocol, IPv6, has been incorporated for future networking evolution.

  

More info: Thecus | QNAP