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QNAP releases TS-251+ and TS-451+ quad-core NAS

QNAP TS-251+ and TS-451+ Turbo NAS solutions with quad-core Intel Celeron
QNAP TS-251+ and TS-451+
These two new storage solutions use quad-core Intel Celeron processors and offer support for virtualization, encryption, transcoding and HDMI output.

QNAP Systems announced yesterday the release of two new storage solutions for small businesses. The 2-bay TS-251+ and the 4-bay  TS-451+ are both powered by a quad-core Intel Celeron processor and promise to deliver "an uncompromising high-performance and scalable storage solution" for an affordable price. 

The features of these two new QNAP Turbo NAS solutions include virtualization, advanced backup, AES 256-bit encryption, real-time and offline video transcoding, HDMI video playback (a remote control is also included), and more. Their specs include a 22 nm 64-bit quad-core Intel Celeron processor, 2 GB/8 GB DDR3L RAM, Gigabit LAN connectivity, as well as two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports. The TS-251+ and TS-451+ have a scalable design that supports storage capacity expansion of up to 96 TB by connecting a QNAP UX-800P or UX-500P enclosure.

The TS-251+ and TS-451+ run QTS 4.2 and can be already acquired from QNAP retailers online and offline, including Amazon, NewEgg, Best Buy, and more. For more details, please check the press release below.

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Codrut Nistor, 2015-11-11 (Update: 2015-11-11)
Codrut Nistor
Codrut Nistor - News Editor
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