Qnap

QNAP Systems, Inc. (QNAP) is a devoted and dominant provider of Internet Appliance (IA) products. QNAP was a previous IA business unit of ICP Electronics, Inc. (ICP). We have more than 4 years’ solid and successful experience in designing and developing innovative and customized IA products. Our extensive expertise and product lines cover networking storage, digital surveillance and message communication. QNAP has our own R&D, business development, and technical support sections to provide quality customer-oriented services. Until now QNAP has already released more than 20 NAS models for SMB (small and medium business). Our IA products have received ISO 9001 qualification, covering product design, manufacturing and supply. QNAP is dedicated to providing top quality products in the market and offering complete support to our customers.

1 & 2 Drive Bay Desktop Network Attached Storage Systems

These small-scale NAS units hold one or two HDDs. While this does limit their storage capacity a little, it also keeps their size and cost down. There are options for personal and family home use with user-friendly set-ups as well as for business users in a small or home office environment with more advanced features and greater processing power. These units are not sold with hard disks so you'll need to add your own – it's best to get matching models and capacities, especially if you plan on using RAID.

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10+ Drive Bay Rackmount Network Attached Storage Systems

These NAS units are sold without hard disks, so you can configure them as you please. Start with partial population and scale up as your budget allows or data capacity demands. Many of these units can be expanded by adding external disk shelves too.

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2 to 8 Drive Bay Rackmount Network Attached Storage Systems

These NAS units are sold without hard disks, so you can configure them as you please. Start with partial population and scale up as your budget allows or data capacity demands. Many of these units can be expanded by adding external disk shelves too, and feature advanced connectivity options for high performance use.

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3 & 4 Drive Bay Desktop Network Attached Storage Systems

These medium-size NAS units hold three or four HDDs. Entry-level units are great for home users and prosumers with lots of HD media and other data that needs centralising, while more advanced units come with faster processors and more advanced security and RAID features for business and surveillance users. These units are not sold with hard disks so you'll need to add your own – it's best to get matching models and capacities, especially if you plan on using RAID.

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5+ Drive Bay Desktop Network Attached Storage Systems

These NAS units are the largest around, offering five HDD bays at a minimum and ten or more in many cases. They are typically geared towards advanced users who need plenty of storage space, and many are supplied in rackmount cases for use in industry and large-scale businesses. These units are not sold with hard disks so you'll need to add your own – it's best to get matching models and capacities, especially if you plan on using RAID.

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5-16 Port Unmanaged Gigabit Ethernet Switches

These standalone switches are ideal for home office use when adding additional devices to your network. They feature 1000Mbps (or 1GbE) speeds and simple plug and play set-up with no configuration required. Power over Ethernet (PoE) models are also available.

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Accessories & Cables

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Complete Rackmount Network Attached Storage Systems with HDDs

These NAS units are sold with hard disks bundled, saving you the trouble of buying them yourself. They come in a range of sizes and capacities, from 12 to 24 bays offering large amounts of scalability. Some of these NAS boxes do not come pre-configured, giving you the chance to set them up as you see fit, including what RAID level you want to use, if any.

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Ethernet I/O

These devices are used to enable high-end levels of office and shop floor automation. They can be used to control motors, fans, pumps, battery chargers, LEDs and more. Our range includes devices that can handle a multitude of different ports, and products that are designed to work in tough field conditions.

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External Network Cards

External network cards or adapters are added to predominantly laptop devices to add wired Ethernet connectivity. A USB port is used to add either single or multiple RJ45 ports - the common wired interface used to connect via Ethernet to network switches and routers.

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NAS Accessories

NAS (network attached storage) device accessories, including drive bay adaptors, rack and rail mounting kits, power supplies and warranty extension programs. They tend to be suitable only for specific NAS units, so check yours is compatible.

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