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Thecus Announces its High Performance NVR Systems

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Thecus has announced seven new V-series NVR rackmount and tower devices.

Thecus has followed up its CeBIT reveal of the N2520 and N4520 Intelligent NAS units with the launch of its new 64-bit ThecusOS 6.0 and no fewer than seven new Network Video Recorder (NVR) tower and rackmount devices with "updated architectures to offer superior performance."

All of the new systems feature Netavis v4.4 and include a robust list of features such as multiple OS support, motion detection, scheduling, PTZ control and compatibility with "hundreds of cameras."

Model

Processor

Memory

Bays

Outputs

V2510

Intel Atom

2 GB DDR3

2

eSATA, HDMI, USB 3.0, VGA

V4510

Intel Atom

2 GB DDR3

4

eSATA, HDMI, USB 3.0 x2, VGA

V4510U

Intel Atom

2 GB DDR3

4

eSATA, HDMI, USB 3.0 x2, VGA

V5510

Intel Atom

2 GB DDR3

5

eSATA, HDMI, USB 3.0, VGA

V6810Intel Core i3 4 GB DDR3
6
eSATA, HDMI, USB 3.0, VGA
V8810UIntel Core i3 8 GB DDR38
TBC
V16810UIntel Xeon E3-12758 GB DDR3
16
TBC

"With these new models, we aim to bring to the NVR market a flexible and scalable solution for home or business," said Florence Shih, General Manager of Thecus Technology. "Our NVR solution offers the power and security features that Thecus customers have come to expect."

Thecus has not yet announced the pricing or availability of the company's new V-Series devices.

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    slomo4sho , April 4, 2013 5:09 PM
    High performance and atom...

    How exactly does this lineup provide flexibility when you jump from four atom based units to an i3? Wouldn't the inclusion of a celeron and pentium chips in this lineup provide a better bridge between the performance gaps of the atom and i3?
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    zybch , April 4, 2013 7:30 PM
    I love my N7700plus NAS. Nice to see thecus is still bringing new products to a market, now we just need to get people to understand how damn useful network storage devices can be.