A network-attached storage is essential for data backup and efficient file sharing across the network and different department in most businesses nowadays. QNAP Turbo NAS is an all-in-one file server ideal for data sharing and storage on both internal and external networks. The NAS can be deployed as a central storage server and a backup server with data protection by RAID configuration and secure data transfer with access right control.
Benefits of QNAP NAS:
- Mass storage; file sharing across different platforms
- User access control
- Data protection
- High data transfer performance
Mass storage; file sharing across different platforms
Turbo NAS is available from 1 to 8 bay models, providing up to 16TB of storage capacity to meet the demand of storage-hungry business, workgroups, and personal users. Users working on different OSes, Windows/ Mac/ Linux/ UNIX can share file via the NAS. The NAS provides FTP service and supports SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol) for secure data transfer over the Internet.
User access control
The IT administrator can create folders, user groups, and users on the NAS with specified read and write access. Domain user accounts and password can be imported to the NAS easily by joining the NAS to an AD domain. This saves the IT effort on account creation and management.
Turbo NAS supports RAID 1/ 5/ 6 with hot spare configurations to protect the system from possible data loss caused by hard disk drive failure.
High data transfer performance
Turbo NAS provides excellent data transfer performance of up to 100MB/s via samba. This reduces the waiting time of file upload and download. The dual LAN models offer two Gigabit network interfaces which are capable of load balancing and fault tolerance to maintain high availability of the system and the data.