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QNAP Adds New Low Cost 4-Drive Turbo NAS Server Aimed At SOHO/Prosumer Users

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QNAP Systems, Inc., a leading manufacturer of world class NAS servers, NVR Video Surveillance Systems, and Network-based Video Players today expanded their Turbo NAS lineup with the addition of the TS-410 desktop NAS server targeted specifically at the SOHO and Prosumer market segments. The TS-410 features 4 hot-swappable SATA hard drives with up to 8 TB of total capacity (with 2TB drives) and supports 2.5" or 3.5" hard drives, giving users more flexibility in selecting drives for installation. The TS-410 features a Marvell 800MHz CPU and 256MB DDRII memory which provides sustained high performance with low power consumption. The TS-410 can be configured for RAID 0/1/5/6/5+ spare, and JBOD with online RAID capacity expansion and online RAID level migration for high data redundancy. The TS-410 also supports iSCSI Target service with Thin Provisioning and dual Gigabit LAN ports, features generally found on much higher end NAS servers. The TS-410 also features 4 USB ports (1 front, 3 back panel) and 2 e-SATA ports for expanding the storage capacity or backing up the TS-410.

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Low cost ?

you said it's a low cost, yes ofcourse but how much ?

btw, can it connect to two systems in the same time ( two PC's throught 2x eSATA or eSATA/USB2 )
 
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I don't think the e-SATA ports can be conneted to PCs. They are for external drive only.
 

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btw, can it connect to two systems in the same time ( two PC's throught 2x eSATA or eSATA/USB2 )
It's a NAS, so you can connect it to n systems at the same time.
 
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n = nuff?
 
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by LAN :cool: not by USB/eSata
USB/eSATA is not even meant for PC connectivity. Only connecting additional storage devices (that again can be accessed by n machines).


And oh, :cool:
 
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It's a NAS, so you can connect it to n systems at the same time.
I know it's NAS, but some NAS's offer direct connect with a PC or two to give fast access, even a gigabit lan can't keep up with eSATA speed... specially in RAID 0 arrays

most NAS will cut off the drive from network if you connect it directly using eSATA or USB, but some will allow this as it has hardware support for this feature so you can use both ports normally ( connect the NAS directly to the main PC and other PC's/other's will connect using network, in the main PC the NAS will look like normal HDD at full speed and not NAS and you don't have to mount it either )