The QNAP TS-210 Turbo NAS is the most economic two-drive storage solution for Prosumers and SOHO users who want a NAS with compelling features, solid performance, low power consumption and high reliability. The powerful dual-drive system can let you build the RAID 1 mirroring for hard disk redundancy.
The TS-210 Turbo NAS is not only an ideal storage server but also an all-in-1 application server. You can easily store and share the files to Windows PCs, Mac, and Linux/Unix over the network. The built-in server features include Web Server (with PHP & MySQL supported), FTP Server, P2P Download Station, Surveillance Station (with monitoring & recording for up to 2 IP cameras supported), iTunes music sharing server, UPnP DLNA server (built-in TwonkyMedia) for multimedia files sharing, Printer Server, etc. with great storage capacity expandability over the network by VDD function. Managing the NAS is extremely easy. The AJAX-based graphic user interface allows intuitive management of all the Turbo NAS features.
Incorporating a Marvell 800MHz CPU and 256MB DDRII RAM, the power consumption of the TS-210 Turbo NAS in operation is only 14W which is much less than that of a PC. The TS-210 offers features more often found in much higher end NAS servers, including built-in iSCSI target service, policy-based unauthorized IP blocking, SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol), remote replication, a Gigabit LAN port, and 3 USB ports (the front USB port includes an auto-copy feature).
- Built-in iSCSI Target ServiceWith the built-in iSCSI target feature, the NAS can be an ideal solution for backup or storage expansion. Small business and SOHO users can easily create dedicated virtual drives (up to 8 iSCSI devices) on the NAS for their PCs or existing servers. The iSCSI drives on the NAS can be formatted as file system and used as local drives.
- Virtual Disk Drive (VDD)The unique "Virtual Disk Drive" adds flexibility to expand the capacity of NAS. By using the built-in iSCSI initiator, the NAS can connect to other iSCSI targets on the network and turn them into virtual disks, which become multiple single volumes on the NAS. Up to 8 virtual disks can be stacked. The NAS serves as the storage stack chaining master. The user only needs to connect to this single entry (QNAP NAS) and is able to reach and use all the iSCSI target storages on the network.
- S.M.A.R.T & Advanced HDD Health Scanning (HHS)The NAS supports Hard Disk Drive S.M.A.R.T (Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology) for monitoring the hard drive status. Moreover, the NAS is embedded with HHS Technology which supports disk checking and bad blocks scanning.
- UPS SupportThe NAS supports the majority of USB UPS devices (USB Hid-ups supported) which enables the users to store the data in time and avoid critical data loss when power outage occurs during data transfer.