QNAP TS-x53A Series NAS Announced
The beginning of a new era
The TS-453A features Intel® AES-NI hardware-accelerated encryption engine to drive transfer speeds of up to 412 MB/s with AES 256-bit encryption for both full NAS volume and shared folders, boosting system performance & security while ensuring the safety of sensitive business data stored in the TS-x53A.
Restore files with Snapshot
QNAP’s Whole Volume/LUN Snapshot Technology records the status of files using the Copy on Write mechanism. This helps in recovering files to a previously saved state in case of accidental deletion or modification. You can take snapshots for both volumes and LUN (up to 256 snapshots per volume or LUN and maximum 1024 snapshots per NAS ), efficiently replicate volume/LUN snapshots via Snapshot Replica to remote servers by copying only the changes made, and quickly clone a volume /LUN snapshot as a local volume without interrupting the current system operation.
A complete disaster recovery solution
Use RTRR (Real-Time Remote Replication) to backup your important files and data to a remote NAS in real time or a scheduled basis. Data can be backed up to cloud services including Amazon® S3, Amazon® Glacier, Microsoft® Azure, ElephantDrive®, Dropbox®, Google Drive™, Google Cloud Storage™, and more.
Direct virtualization in the NAS and container VM support
The TS-x53A supports both Virtualization Station and Use Hybrid Virtualization Virtualization station and just use Windows, Linux, Unix or Android directly on the NAS. We also offer a lightweight virtualization with container station. This provides support for LXC and Docker.
Perfect real-time and offline 4K Video Conversion
The TS-x53A is powered by the latest Quad-core Intel® Celeron® N3150 CPU which allow users enjoy 4K (H.264) video playback and 1080P/4K video real-time transcoding right from the NAS to an HD/4K display. The 8th generation Intel HD Graphics features Hardware 4K Decoding and delivers perfect real-time conversion of 4K content (H.264) in universal formats for playback on many devices.