Comes with 4K Ultra High-Definition Video Playback and Transcoding
QNAP Systems has released the business-class TVS-x71 series Turbo vNAS which the press release says supports 10GbE networks and provides a high-efficiency storage solution for 4K video playback, transcoding and on-the-fly editing.
Besides incorporating comprehensive business-demanding applications and advanced virtualization features, the TVS-x71 series features the exclusive QvPC Technology that allows the NAS to be used as a cost-effective PC by allowing users to directly access stored data, monitor live surveillance feeds, enjoy digital entertainment, and much more.
Available in 4, 6 and 8-bay tower form-factor models, the TVS-x71 series is powered by the latest Intel Haswell CPU with numerous options including Pentium, Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 processors for users to flexibly choose based on their demands. These processors deliver high performance with over 2,300 MB/s throughput and 135,000 IOPS for CPU-consuming tasks such as running Virtualization Station, real-time 4K video playback and transcoding, and serving large numbers of simultaneous connections announced the release.
“The high-quality hardware provides the power for users to operate multiple virtual machines using QNAP Virtualization Station, transcode high resolution videos in real-time or offline, and to enhance their business productivity with integrated SMB features,” said David Tsao, product manager of QNAP.
Users can enjoy 4K videos via HDMI with minimal impact to other NAS services, and with Intel HD Graphics the TVS-x71 series delivers superior real-time 4K (H.264) and 1080p video transcoding that convert videos to universal formats for playback on PCs, mobile devices, and Smart TVs. Users can still enjoy smooth videos even with limited bandwidth by selecting a pre-rendered lower resolution video to watch.
“4K video playback and powerful transcoding features make the TVS-x71 series perfect for organizations where videos are at the heart of their daily work or digital offerings, allowing for displaying sharper image quality and increasing their work productivity,” added Tsao.