QNAP Systems (http://www.qnap.com) had introduced the SS-839 Pro
Turbo NAS, which it says is the world’s smallest eight-bay, Intel
Atom network attached storage solution supporting eight 2.5-inch hard
drives or solid state disks (SSD).

Targeted at business users who require a storage solution of high
performance, stability, scalability, low noise and low power
consumption, the SS-839 Pro adopts low power Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz
CPU, disk on module (DOM) architecture, and 2GB DDRII memory,
according to Celia Lee, product manager at QNAP. The total storage
capacity of the NAS is up to 4TB.

It also features 2 eSATA and 5 USB ports for storage expansion and
external storage backup. With silent and energy-saving design, the
power consumption of the NAS with eight hard drives installed is
purportedly about 34W.

What’s more, the SS-839 Pro is compatible with Mac, Windows, Linux,
and UNIX operating systems. It offers software features such as
built-in iSCSI application (up to 8 iSCSI targets) with Thin
Provisioning, Online RAID Capacity Expansion, Online RAID Level
Migration, AES 256-bit volume-based encryption, Wake on LAN,
automatic policy-based IP blocking, network share status report,
instant SMS and email alert, BT download, Touch-N-Go RAID
configuration by the LCD panel, scheduled power on and power off (max
15 schedules), 2 Giga LAN ports, 4 IP cameras for network
surveillance, etc.

The SS-839 Pro is a server of diversified features, e.g. network
server, FTP server, web server with built-in phpMyAdmin, Joomla,
MySQL/ SQLite, editable php.ini, printer server (up to 3 printers),
etc. The QPKG software expansion feature enables the users to add
more software applications to the NAS server such as setting up their
own mail server by XDove or web page or online communication system
with the customers by WordPress.

What’s more, the users can make use of the Surveillance Station
(network surveillance) with maximum four IP-based cameras for office
security monitoring. Contact QNAP for pricing options.

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