QNAP@GITEX Technology Week, Dubai

We’ve recently joined the GITEX in Dubai and exhibited the VioStor-5020 network surveillance system-the high performance Linux OS embedded NVR which 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. Check out the pics below!

QNAP NVR-1012 got "Gold Award" from PC Guia (Portugal)

PC Guia (Portugal) has published a review on our NVR-1012. The article mentions that "The QNAP NVR-1012 has a wide and interesting list of functionalities. It is an excellent surveillance system that has a great advantage: storage expansion capacity."

Click here to read the review and here for more details about the NVR-1012.

TS-509 Pro Video on YouTube

Pictures speak more than words sometimes. Check out this video and you may know better what an all-in-one NAS should be.

QNAP NVR-1012 awarded the 'Best Buy' from PC USER Australia

PC USER Australia has published a review on our NVR-1012. The author comments "this all-in-one surveillance package from QNAP is designed to let you setup a video-monitoring system without the need for a complex PC installation..." and it "works very well as a self-contained surveillance system".

here to read the review and here for more details about the NVR-1012.

QNAP NVR-1012 got great review from iThome Taiwan

Here's a review from iThome Taiwan on QNAP NVR-1012 network video surveillance system. The author notes that "as long as you install a hard disk and configure the cameras (max. 4 cameras), you could connect manage and access recordings remotely. It's more convenient than other surveillance solutions in the market..."

QNAP would like to thank iThome. Click here to read the review and here for more details about the NVR-1012.

QRapid - A QNAP mass downloader (RapidShare support!)

Most of you may have visited QNAP forum where a huge number of enthusiastic users share their experience and tips of using our products. Today we wanna introduce you an application QRapid, developed by our forum user Kostas (A.K.A kosdian) for the Download Station of QNAP NAS.

QRapid is a download utility that you can use to download files from RapidShare.com to the QNAP NAS directly with your RapidShare Premium account. It also supports batch HTTP and FTP download. Simply paste the links to QRapid and the files are downloaded to your NAS. You can use QRapid with QGet, the exclusive download management utility developed by QNAP to manage the download tasks of multiple NAS servers. Click here to check it out.

Big thanks to Kostas!

Windows XP, Windows Vista (
32bit & 64bit)
Microsoft .NET Framwork 2.0 or above

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Playing movies saved on QNAP NAS thru' Mac Front Row

Ever thought of playing the movies saved on your QNAP NAS with Apple Remote and Front Row? Follow the tips below:

1. Mount the share folder of the NAS (e.g. Qmedia) to Mac by SMB or AFP.

2. Create a share folder (e.g. My Download Movie Trailers) on Qmedia.

3. Right click the folder (My Download Movie Trailers) and select ‘Make Alias’.

4. Run Finder. Locate the folder in Macintosh HD -> Users -> YourMacLoginName -> Movies. Drag and drop the alias you’ve created in Step 3 to this folder.

That’s it! Now you can pick up your Apple Remote and play the videos saved on the QNAP NAS through Front Row.