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 High-performance Turbo vNASTurbo NAS

September 2015
High-performance Turbo vNAS4-Bay Personal Cloud Storage
ProductHigh-performance Turbo vNAS
TS-453mini-8G
Turbo NAS
TS-131
High-performance Turbo vNAS
TVS-471-i3-4G
4-Bay Personal Cloud Storage
NAS540
Company
QNAPQNAPQNAPZyxel
Summary

Four-bay quad-core Intel Celeron powered SATA NAS with dual Gigabit LAN, USB 3.0 and HDMI ports in compact vertical format.

BYOD single bay Mindspeed-powered SATA NAS with Gigabit LAN, USB 3.0 and eSATA ports.

Four-bay dual-core Intel Core i3 powered SATA NAS with quad Gigabit LAN, USB 3.0 and HDMI ports. 10GbE & 4x1GbE PCIe expansion options via two PCIe slots

Four-bay dual core Freescale-based NAS with loadable apps and cloud access.

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Date added2015-09-132015-09-072015-09-012015-08-21
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System
RAID Class RAID5NoRAIDRAID5-10GbERAID5
OS LinuxLinuxLinuxLinux
CPU uP-4SoC-2uP-2SoC-2
CPU DetailIntel Quad-core J1900 Celeron @ 2.0 GHzMindspeed Comcerto M68201G-12 ARM Cortex-A9 dual-core SoC @ 1.2GHzIntel Core i3-4150 @ 3.5 GHzFreeScale FS1024 (M86203G12) Dual Core @ 1.2 GHz
RAM (MB)819251240961024
Upgradable
Flash (KB)524288524288524288262144
Power - Normal27103925
Power - Eco146309
Noise Very HighVery HighVery HighLow
Firmware4.1.4 Build 201508204.1.4 Build 201508204.1.4 Build 20150804V5.04(AATB.0)_20150813
Notes-RAM upgradable to 8 GB total
- 2GB version also available
-RAM upgradable to 16 GB total
- 2 PCIe slots for 4x1GbE and 10GbE PCIe expansion cards
Network
# of ports2142
10GbE
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Failover
Load Balance
Aggregation
Domain / AD
IPv6
Drives
Type SATASATASATASATA
Size BothBothBothBoth
Number 4144
Hot Swap
Filesystem EXT4EXT4EXT4EXT4
Capacity (TB)0000
Drive
Ports
USB 2.02020
USB 3.03333
eSATA0100
Serial0000
VGA0000
HDMI1010
Display
Indicators
Panel
Beeper
Network File Protocols
SMB/CIFS
AFP
NFS
HTTP
HTTPS
WebDAV
Services
FTP
Secure FTP
Print
UPnP AV
DLNA
iTunes
Download BT/HTTP/FTPBT/HTTP/FTPBT/HTTP/FTPBT/HTTP/FTP
Volumes
Single disk
JBOD
RAID 0
RAID 1
RAID 5
RAID 5 + spare
RAID 6
RAID 10
iSCSI Target
iSCSI Initiator
RAID Expansion
RAID Migration
Backup
Manual
Scheduled
Snapshot
Rsync
Rsync custom
FTP
CIFS
NFS
Scheduled Network
Encryption
Compression
Time Machine
Windows Client
Mac OS Client
Cloud S3/ElephantDriveS3/ElephantDriveS3/ElephantDriveGoogle Drive
NotesAlso supports Symform backupAlso supports Symform backupAlso supports Symform backup- Also backs up to Dropbox, Memopal,ownCloud, NetDrive
Power Mgmt
Idle Drive
Shutdown / Startup
Restart after power fail
Wake On LAN
UPS Sync
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