Storage specialist Thecus have just issued out two seperate PRs, the first of which introduces their new N3200M which is a complete media and storage solution for home theatre setups.
Thecus claim that the N3200M is currently the only 3-bay NAS device available which offers video and audio sharing functionalities for output to a TV in a resolution of up to 1080p.
Full details on the N3200M can be found within the press release here.
Leading storage solution manufacturer Thecus Technology innovates again! This time, Thecus has worked closely with AMD and now introduces the all-new N3200M. Coming this spring, the N3200M features AMD technology and delivers a complete media and storage solution perfect for the home.
Based on the AMD Geode processor, the N3200M's design concept is centered on the home theater. Users can use the N3200M to centrally store, manage, easily access, and enjoy their movie and music files. The whole family can view their favorite blockbuster hits and listen to their favorite tunes without the hassle of having to locate files saved in different locations or multiple machines throughout the house.
Next up is a press release supporting their new i5500 Series iSCSI RAID Device. Running Intel's Xscale IOP80331 CPU and 512MB of DDR memory, the i5500 promises to deliver performance twice that of Thecus' previous flagship NAS, the N5200PRO.
You can get a full rundown of its feature-set within the announcement here.
In 2007 Thecus released its flagship N5200 PRO NAS storage device. Aimed at SMBs, the N5200 PRO offered incredible performance and a feature set that was never before seen on such a compact unit. This year, Thecus is poised to raise the bar yet again with its most powerful storage device yet - the i5500. Delivering unprecedented iSCSI performance, uninterrupted data capacity expansion, and air-tight security in a cost effective package, the i5500 offers an unbeatable value proposition for enterprises looking to store and secure mission-critical data.
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