Reviews of the latest Network Attached Storage devices.
A swathe of updates for QNAP QTS and QFinder applications deliver new features and extended device support for the company’s network attached storage platform.
Small businesses and media enthusiasts will love raw horse power delivered by the QNAP TurboNAS TS-470 Pro, enabling advanced features such as desktop virtualization and high-definition, real-time video transcoding. If you’re still running an Intel Atom-based NAS, it’s time to upgrade.
New ASUSTOR eight and ten bay NAS servers powered by Intel Celeron processors extend the company’s 50T/51T series.
New QNAP TS-x31+ Turbo NAS line offers a wide array of features and fast file transfer performance.
Powerful QNAP TVS-x71 Series Turbo vNAS extends QNAP’s SMB NAS line-up with selection of Intel Haswell processors.
New lines extend NETGEAR’s reach in the small to medium sized networking segment, with new features, stronger performance and enhanced convenience for users and administrators.
Updated Synology DiskStation DS115 baby NAS delivers 36% file transfer speed improvement on predecessor.
Netgear evolves its network attached storage offer with the all new ReadyNAS 200 Series.
Building on the success of the WRT1900AC Router and 8 Port Gigabit Switch, the Linksys WRT Storage Bay is a two-bay, basic NAS device designed to stack neatly with other lines in the WRT range.
New QNAP TVS-863+ and TVS x63 TurboNAS Series heralds the entry of AMD into the network attached storage market, with new models powered by the company’s Embedded-G CPU.