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Visit QNAP 2009 International CES, Las Vegas, USA
Source: QNAP
QNAP Systems, Inc., a provider of network-attached storage (NAS) and network surveillance system (NVR) appliances, announced they are exhibiting at the 2009 International CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas. They are going to showcase entire Turbo NAS series, the latest 5-bay high-end VioStor-5020 NVR, the VioStor network surveillance series, and other upcoming products.

VioStor-5020 NVR
QNAP VioStor-5020 NVR is the 5-bay, hot-swappable network video surveillance system for high-end, convenient, and reliable IP-based real-time monitoring and video recording. Powered by Intel 1.6GHz CPU and 1GB DDRII memory, the Linux-embedded NVR supports 20-channel M-JPEG or MPEG4 recording from Axis, Panasonic, Canon, Sony, Sanyo, D-Link, Arecont, Vivotek, GANZ, LevelOne, Mobotix, IQeye, Toshiba, ACTi, and Elmo IP-based security cameras. The VioStor-5020 NVR supports long time recording from various IP cameras anytime, anywhere over the web and independent of any PC. It also supports megapixel recording with high recording performance (up to 8 megapixels). The NVR supports RAID 0/ 1/ 5/ 5- Hot Spare/ 6/ JBOD disk configurations. It is an ideal end-to-end network surveillancesystem for system integrators, SMB, andenterprise users.

VioStor series NVR: Looking for the most affordable yet high performance NVR solutions? QNAP VioStor is your answer. You can now enjoy the High Definition (HD) surveillance with our Linux-embedded VioStor series which is the best partner of the mega pixel IP cameras from Panasonic, Sony, Axis, MOBOTIX, IQeye, Arecont etc.

NVR-101 network surveillance system: The most energy-saving and convenient NVR surveillance system presented by QNAP. The NVR series supports professional monitoring, video/ audio recording, and playback. Built on Linux OS, our NVR series consumes less than 30W in operation (the power consumption of PC-based solution is 250W-350W).
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