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Anyone who hasn’t just put their NAS in a storage space – if you have the chance – knows: such a NAS may not be exactly quiet. The hard drives make noise and, depending on the operating speed, a fan does not run very quietly. (Note: A member of our team has had a NAS in a closed office closet for years – with no issues from heat or anything like that.)

For those who suffer from this, QNAP is launching the TS-410E. It relies on fanless cooling and can therefore also be used in noise-sensitive environments, for example in the living room at home.

The NAS contains an Intel Celeron J6412. The quad-core processor achieves a clock speed of up to 2.6 GHz. There is 8 GB of dual-channel RAM. Four 2.5-inch SATA slots are available for SSDs. SSD caching can be flexibly configured to balance IOPS performance against performance requirements. For example, you want to do justice to heavier applications (transfer of large files, streaming and virtual machines).

Or else? Hardware-accelerated AES-NI encryption is at work in the TS-410E. Two RJ45 ports with 2.5 GbE are available – port trunking is provided (up to 5 Gbit/s). QTS 5.0 runs on the NAS with various options for virtualization & Co. as well as applications (Plex server, etc.). There is also an HDMI output for direct 4K material.

TS-410E-8G: Intel Celeron J6412 quad-core 4-thread processor (burst up to 2.6 GHz), 8 GB RAM (non-expandable), 4x 2.5″ SATA 6 Gbps SSD drive bays, 2x 2.5GbE ports, 4x USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10 Gbps) ports, 1x 4K HDMI output

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