Mumbai, India, June 5, 2014: Apical, distributor for solution based product line, today announced the availability of a new high-value 7-bay NAS of Thecus. Equipped with an Intel Atom processor, 2GB of DDR3 RAM, HDMI output and offering incomparable data protection with the McAfee antivirus, this NAS will offer lots of power and tons of storage capacity without spending lots of money. With the 2-bay N2800, 4-bay N4800 and N4510U and the 5-bay N5550, the 7-bay N7510 completes the Vision series of Intel Atom NAS from Thecus.
With the Intel Atom processor all the tasks like multi-users environment (+64), web hosting, intense backup, data encryption, application serving, heavy RAID computations (mode 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 50, JBOD up to3 multiple RAID mode supported), and HD multimedia streaming are easily done. By supporting the pinnacle in current drive technology. It has already been proved with the N5550 and N4800 that the energy efficient Intel Atom CPU is designed to work without fan. Their energy consumption and associated cost are greatly reduced for the benefits of the user which will intensely reduce NAS noise and power consumption, making it a bit more ecofriendly.
The new pre-installed ThecusOS 5.0 is the key piece that will unlock the most efficient and advanced NAS on the market, where the users will be able to access more innovative functions with their Thecus NAS. With Data Burn, the users have the possibility to back-up their critical data by burning them onto a CD, DVD or Blu-ray disk. The Data guard software provides both local and remote backup. Currently, data is backed up across RAID volumes, external USB drives, and eSATA. Thecus Data Guard is the total backup solution which makes managing NAS user-friendly and convenient. With support of the Amazon S3 cloud back-up services, the users will have one more option to keep their data safe and away from harm. Thecus embeds their NAS with the added protection offered by the antivirus McAfee and user can directly connect to an HD TV screen and start monitoring users NAS without the use of a computer using the HDMI output located in the back of N7510. Ideal for small installations and/or mobile users, these features like using the local display module, a keyboard and a mouse plugged through the many USB ports, power to simply access the NAS UI, play HD video, display pictures or listen to music, all of this with the display comfort of a big TV screen are designed to lower the total cost of ownership of user network architecture.
General Manager at Thecus Technology Corp Florence Shih said, “Powered by an Intel Atom processor, the N7510 has the highest value for a 7-Bay NAS on the market today. Let’s just say that if there was an Olympic for NAS, the N7510 would most certainly come back with gold.”