QNAP TS-253D, TS-453D and TS-653D
Network Storage and Remote Connectivity
The TS-253D 2-bay, TS-453D 4-bay and TS-653D 6-bay NAS devices that can scale up to 96TB of gross storage capacity.
The Main Features of the TS-253D, TS-453D and TS-653D NAS models
networks, QNAP’s design team has utilized the new Intel® Celeron® J4125 quad-core 2.0GHz Gemini Lake Refresh processor, with Intel UHD Graphics 600, taking care of the internal graphics, 4-core, with a maximum memory capability of 8Gb, deploying SO-DIMM LPDDR4-2400. The Dual 2.5GbE ports accelerates file sharing across teams and devices or gaming storage applications. For those of us who want to mix things up with media, the support for 4K media playback and real-time transcoding; directly watch videos on an HDTV via HDMI 2.0 (4K @60Hz) output, will be a welcome embrace.
M.2 Caching and Related Performance
With the combination of M.2. caching the I/O speeds were impressive. QNAP has announced the QSW-1105-5T, an unmanaged switch with five 2.5GbE ports backwards compatible with 1G/100M) and supports CAT5e cables to connect multiple computers and NAS, that will be available later this year. This coupled with these NAS devices will be an ideal small business solution as well as provide home users with an increase in performance that was unheard of before.
Cross Platform collaboration with seamless file sharing and Syncronization
Backup Features for All
On a different level HBS 3 consolidates backup, restoration and synchronization functions into a single app to ease the transfer of data to local, remote and cloud storage spaces as a comprehensive data storage and disaster recovery plan. Supporting QuDedup technology that eliminates duplicated data at the source, HBS reduces backup data size and speeds up future backup tasks. This is also beneficial for accelerating multi-version backups for greater protection against data loss.