QNAP Overview

QNAP offers NVR appliances. QNAP leverages its experience in manufacturing Network Attached Storage appliances to build solid, inexpensive NVR appliances for small camera counts. QNAP's NVRs support a modest variety of IP cameras are best positioned for home and small business market segments who are looking to replace DVR systems.

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  • ... QNAP - Browser only works on Windows, MAC client is half baked, It uses NAAPI which support is being...
  • ... Lately, I have been selling a QNAP NAS and then using Axis Camera Companion or using the QNAP surveillance Station VMS." "We us...
  • LPR Camera For QNAP DVR? on Aug 12, 2014
    ... Unfortunately, Geovision cameras are not supported by QNAP. Any recommendations on the best LPR camera for use with QNAP? Thanks! Chad.
  • QNAP Major Security Bug on Jun 10, 2013
    QNAP, a manufacturer of Linux embedded NVRs and Network Attached Storage (NAS) solutions have ignored...
  • ..., Axis Camera Companion), NAS NVR providers like QNAP and Synology continue to be niche players with not much traction or momentum. Why? The big plus...
  • Lilin's NVR Touch Reviewed on Jun 25, 2012
    ...positioning of the unit compared to VMS software and NVR options from Milestone, Exacq, Synology and QNAP. Overview The NVR Touch looks a lot like a traditional DVR, most notably on the controls on...
  • ...recorder, the BL series is now compatible working with a variety of VMS platforms and NAS devices (such as QNAP and Synology). This again is an ideal attribute at the low end of the market where 'freeware' or...
  • ...segments this best addresses, what limitations it has and how it compares to offerings from Synology and QNAP. Overview of Offering Iomega is loading VMS software on its broad range of NAS appliances...
  • ... Will integrators prefer low cost storage options like QNAP, Synology and D-Link? In a cost conscious market like surveillance, their low cost is certainly...
  • ...On the low end, the key direct competitors are NVR NAS providers (QNAP and Synology being the two most commonly cited providers). The two core advantages for NVR NAS...
  • ...of common alternatives including Milestone Essential, GVI Razberi, 3VR SmartRecorder, Axis AVHS and QNAP/Synology NAS NVRs. This will help show specific strengths and...
  • ... We compare and contrast Synology to QNAP.In October 2010, the company announced the release of the updated Surveillance Station 5.0...
  • ...Two good comparisons are likely QNAP's NVRs and Milestone Essential - the former representing very low cost NAS appliances with...
  • ...Pelco S5118 IP Megapixel PTZ - (see IPVM Pro Review) Pixim Seawolf WDR Chip - (see IPVM Pro Review) QNAP VioStor Pro Series NVR - (see IPVM Pro Review)Scallop Imaging A7-180 - (see IPVM Pro...
  • QNAP now offers an alternative to their formerly all 'headless' NVR appliances.  The VioStor Pro...
  • ...greatest hope or opportunity for appliances is using NAS appliances with VMS software pre-loaded (see QNAP as an example). Bundling NAS and VMS provides a relatively inexpensive means to deliver...
  • ... QNAP NVRs are a good example of this approach. PSIM: The hotel does not need to automate complex...
  • ...applications, pure NVR appliances should be considered (examples include Avermedia's Windows based NVR, QNAP NAS appliances, etc.) System Setup We examined the essential setup steps that an installer...
  • ... Perhaps the most well known of these manufacturers and certainly the most commonly sold on-line is QNAP Security, a division of QNAP systems. QNAP offers a broad selection of NVRs ranging from 4 to 40...