QNAP Expands its Turbo NAS Peripherals Compatibility List Adding Two New External Storage Devices, Two 3.5-inch Internal Hard Drives, Four IP Cameras
Taipei, Taiwan, October 31, 2011 – QNAP® Inc. is extending the number of compatible peripherals for its popular lineup of Turbo NAS products. The additions, including two external storage devices, two 3.5-inch hard drives, four IP cameras, and three 3rd party backup applications are now fully compatible.
The Turbo NAS series models are now compatible with the Astone® RD-230 Dual Bay and Tandberg Removable Cartridges (160GB & 640GB) external hard drives and the following 3.5-inch internal hard drives: Hitachi® HUA723020ALA640 and HDS5C3030ALA630.
Three new 3rd party backup applications from FarStone® now work with QNAP Turbo NAS including: Total Recovery Pro, Total Backup Recovery Advanced Server, and Total Backup Recovery Advanced Workstation.
To provide Turbo NAS users with more IP camera options, the following models are newly added to the compatibility list: D-Link® DCS-900(A) and DCS-900(B1/ B2), Panasonic® BL-C111 and Vivotec® IP 7330.
“The QNAP development team works continuously to grow the range of peripheral compatibility and to ensure our users have flexible selections,” said Jason Hsu, QNAP product manager.
For the complete compatibility list of supported peripherals, please visit: www.qnap.com/i/useng/product_x_grade/
About QNAP® Inc.
QNAP® Inc. is a privately held company founded in 2004 and is dedicated to bringing world class NAS storage, professional NVR video surveillance, and network video players to consumer, small/medium business, and entry level enterprise market segments. QNAP leverages not only hardware design but also a growing core competency in software engineering that is precisely focused on bringing to market products that offer the highest available performance coupled with outstanding reliability, scalability, and ease of installation and use. QNAP is a multi-national company with headquarters in Taipei, Taiwan, and subsidiary offices in China and the United States.