KeyScan announces a family of innovative Multi-Function NAS, 4-bay network servers: KS-NAS-120 solution that goes well beyond storage, backup, thin client and servers

KS-NAS-120 is based on 4-core Intel i7 or Xeon CPU and designed to consolidate multiple machines into a single small box that saves the user on hardware, software and IT maintenance costs. The KS-NAS-120 provides: performance; extended 8GB internal memory; connectivity and speed: 2X Gbit LAN (100MB to 115MB throughput) plus WiFi plus Bluetooth connection; display & audio; advanced Sync & Backup; Virtual Machine; Window based GUI; Huge collection of FREE servers' software

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Jersey City, NJ (PRWEB) March 26, 2014

IMAGINE
A 4-bay NAS server with quad core Intel Xeon/i7 CPU so it could handle both storage management and other servers such as networking and security and connected thin/thick clients. All in one very compact case
A 4-bay NAS server with 8GB – 16GB DRAM that will not start swapping whenever you run multiple server task
A 4-bay NAS with 400W power supply to make it reliable for the long run
A server with 2x ports of Gigabit LAN that really sustains speed of 100Mbit/sec to 115Mbit/Sec
A NAS server with WiFi and Bluetooth connection.

IMAGINE
A 4-bay NAS server with onboard display ports for direct connection of one or two monitors, Audio and keyboard/mouse and use its built-in GUI desktop to easily execute maintenance tasks even when the network connection fails
One could run special applications such as security monitor & control, multiple client control (in education, class & labs) and many more vertical market applications
Or that when bidding for a project the NAS server price didn’t carry the cost burden of MS Server operating system and the cost of additional dedicated servers per each additional function
Imagine that without all the extra costs one can still benefit from easy to use Windows-like productive GUI desktop to manage your server

IMAGINE
A 4-bay NAS server with quad core Intel Xeon/i7 CPU so it could handle both storage management and other servers such as networking and security and connected thin/thick clients. All in one very compact case
A 4-bay NAS server with 8GB – 16GB DRAM that will not start swapping whenever you run multiple server tasks
A 4-bay NAS with 400W power supply to make it reliable for the long run…
A server with 2x ports of Gigabit LAN that really sustains speed of 100Mbit/sec to 115Mbit/Sec
A NAS server with WiFi and Bluetooth connection.

IMAGINE
A 4-bay NAS server with onboard display ports for direct connection of one or two monitors, Audio and keyboard/mouse and use its built-in GUI desktop to easily execute maintenance tasks even when the network connection fails
One could run special applications such as security monitor & control, multiple client control (in education, class & labs) and many more vertical market applications
Or that when bidding for a project the NAS server price didn’t carry the cost burden of MS Server operating system and the cost of additional dedicated servers per each additional function
Imagine that without all the extra costs one can still benefit from easy to use Windows-like productive GUI desktop to manage your server.

IMAGINE
That this imaginary server had the functionality of remote GUI desktop and remote GUI login for easy support and maintenance in addition to the “traditional” SSH terminal
Or that this server took Network Storage beyond the “standard” RAID system into Logical-Volume-Management (LVM) letting expand user volumes easily by attaching additional logical storage devices instead of wasting hours on rebuilding the storage system
Or that the sophisticated layered LVM over RAID storage system is managed by an easy to use browser based - GUI program that shows the storage system topology and selecting the required device is as easy as clicking on the storage chart

IMAGINE
That this 4-bay NAS server could sync multiple systems and multiple folders both on the LAN and on remote systems serving as one’s personal or business cloud
Or that this server had a task scheduler to schedule monthly, weekly and daily backup tasks managing data sources and backup media devices
And this task-scheduler has a browser based - GUI interface that utilizes drag & drop to setup or remove scheduled backup tasks
Or that this NAS server had the powered combination of the syncing function with the backup scheduler to produce the ultimate backup server
Or that the server includes security functions such as anti-virus, intrusion detection, brute force attack prevention and more; all controlled by a browser based security page

IMAGINE
Having endless opportunities to work with customers and to explore new free of charge applications and servers that can help growing their business
A server that is based on a robust and reliable Linux Ubuntu server but if needed can use an MS-Windows application running it natively as WINE application or under Windows virtual machine.

Stop imagining and simply call KeyScan.

The products are available directly from KeyScan or through our distributors: D&H and Synnex.
Please contact us at sales(at)keyscan(dot)com for more details.


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