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QNAP’s latest NAS can double as a silent Plex server

QNAP is back with its latest NAS device. The new TS-410E stands out from the rest of the line-up by offering the quietest operation possible using a fanless cooling design. Primarily designed with multimedia-use in mind, the fanless TS-410E offers high-speed I/O, dual 2.5GbE ports, SSD slots, 4K output via HDMI and more. 

The compact TS-410E fits multiple usage scenarios, including the ability to be installed upright for greater space efficiency. It is powered by an Intel Celeron J6412 quad-core processor with 8GB dual-channel memory. It has four 2.5-inch SATA 6Gb/s SSD slots and users can flexibly configure SSD caching to boost IOPS performance. The TS-410E also provides hardware-accelerated AES-NI encryption to ensure data security without impacting performance.

If you have your local network set up right, the dual 2.5GbE ports will deliver up to 5Gbps transfer speeds, so you can access and move files super quickly and minimise downtime. For software, the system runs the QTS 5.0 Smart NAS OS, which supports file storage, sharing, backups, synchronisation, and also supports Plex, so you can set up a private media server and stream media files to any device.

You can learn more about the new QNAP TS-410E, HERE. Discuss on our Facebook page, HERE.

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