We have 16 TB of storage and super slim NAS enclosure to giveaway, courtesy of our partners Seagate and QNAP.
QNAP warned its customers in response to Anomali's disclosure of the eCh0raix Ransomware earlier this month.
QNAP released new dual-port 25GbE and 10GbE network expansion cards (NECs) for use in high-end PCs and NAS setups.
We test the hottest new 2-Bay NAS to compare features and performance. These entry-level products allow you to access your data from around the world and secure your data with redundant disks.
QNAP invited us to the party, and we came away with information on new products, capabilities and insight into a new focus on enterprise features.
QNAP isn't a stranger to specialty NAS systems, but the new TS-453A introduces an entirely new feature that will have you singing with joy.
QNAP's TBS-453A converges several devices into one attractive and very useful slim device that can hide or travel just about anywhere.
QNAP doubles down with AMD's new G-series SoC and releases a more affordable storage appliance for small business users.
Qnap takes a vertical approach to reduce noise, and making for a small office NAS that fits in tighter spaces.
QNAP taps AMD to start a new product series that balances processor performance with video capabilities. The new collaboration aims to offer an alternative to products dominated by Intel.
Armed with a Sandy Bridge-based Celeron CPU, QNAP's TS-470 handles the traffic from four gigabit Ethernet connections. Or, with the addition of a 10 GbE upgrade card, it can be made to push well over 1 GB/s, providing you use the right storage.
QNAP’s new Turbo NAS TS-x21 and TS-x20 Series devices are aimed at being powered by the company’s new QTS 4.0 operating system and features one, two or four SATA drive bays.
The TS-421U and TS-420U rackmount models are intended to provide "sustained high performance for daily routines in file storage, sharing, and data backup."
It’s a good idea to use two CPU cores to speed up multiple drives in RAID 5 or 6 arrays and it’s even better to increase clock speeds. We put Qnap's TS-559 Pro+ with an Atom D525 dual-core CPU to the test: is it any faster than devices with Atom D510?