QNAP launches TS-x31 series for personal cloud
QNAP has launched the Turbo NAS TS-x31 series for individual users and small and medium-sized companies. Powered by ARM Cortex-A9 dual-core processors at 1.2 GHz, the new NAS devices are economical, high-performance solutions for file storage, data sharing and backup.
The TS-x31 series models have 1, 2 or 4 drawers, functioning as network centers for backup, synchronization, remote access and entertainment. They come with cloud applications and a multitude of multimedia features.
"Given the privacy concerns of the public services delivered from the cloud, TS-x31 is ideal for creating a high-capacity private cloud, where users will be able to store, share and access files anytime, anywhere," says Jason Hsu, product manager at the QNAP framework.
With the help of Notes Station, the TS-x31 series allows users to create digital notes in their private cloud and share them with friends and colleagues without paying a monthly subscription, ensuring that sensitive information is completely under their control and is not under their control. stored on a third-party server. Users can edit notes intuitively, with a web-based editor, take screenshots with a Google Chrome extension or Qsnap app, and create lists and alerts that can be synchronized with Google Calendar for efficient day-to-day management . They can add media files stored on TS-x31 and enjoy convenient access to notes using the Qnotes mobile application.
The TS-x31 Series features a Freescale ARM Cortex-A9 processor, dual-core to 1.2GHz and 512MB DDR3 RAM, offering speeds up to 110MB / s for reading and 80MB / s for writing. Equipped with two LAN ports, TS-231 and TS-431 support dual IP settings, port-trunking modes and allow users to set fault tolerance or aggregate connections for increased data transfer. With the help of offline HD video transcoding, users who have a slow, limited or restricted internet connection can enjoy streaming video by playing pre-rendered and optimized video clips for the device in question.
"Users can also set the TS-x31 to perform transcoding operations when they are at work or at bedtime, allowing them to watch the clips when they wake up or when they get home," adds Jason Hsu.
The TS-x31 series are perfect for serving as a multimedia hub at home, offering a wide range of applications. With DLNA and AirPlay support, TS-x31 users can open photos, audio files and watch HD quality movies stored on TS-x31 through compatible Smart TVs, game consoles and media players.
Using Photo Station, Music Station and Video Station applications, users can centralize multimedia collections, synchronize files between different devices, and easily share information with family and friends. Remote access for managing files stored on TS-x31 is extremely easy with Qphoto, Qmusic, Qfile and Qmanager mobile applications.
The TS-x31 Series features three SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports, allowing users to choose in a flexible way how to connect USB devices for increased productivity. Users can back up USB drives, access data stored on SD cards through a reader, and connect to a USB UPS to ensure uninterrupted power supply.
They can also develop the functionality of the TS-x31 series with the help of QTS App Center, which offers numerous applications developed by QNAP or third-party companies, including backup / synchronization, productivity tools, content management, communications, download, entertainment and many others. The QNAP development platform allows developers to create many applications, adding more value to the TS-x31 series and providing unlimited functionality to users.
QNAP TS-x31 main specifications:
- TS-131: 1 drawer, turn model
- TS-231: 2 drawers, tower model
- TS-431: 4 drawers, tower model
Freescale processor ARM Cortex-A9 dual-core 1.2GHz, 512MB RAM DDR3L; 3.5 ″ / 2.5 ″ SATA 6Gb / s, 3Gb / s HDD / SSD, hot-swappable discs; 3 x USB 3.0; 2 x Gigabit LAN (TS-231, TS-431).