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.
Codrut Nistor,

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
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