Thecus announced the new Vision N7510, a high-value 7-bay Network Attached Storage server powered by Intel’s Atom platform. The high-performance system is powered by Atom processor with 2GB of RAM. It has seven hot-swappable SATA II/III bays for 2.5-inch or 3.5-inch hard drives and provides an eSATA port for connecting additional external hard drive. You can configure the drives in RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 50, JBOD (up to 3 multiple RAID modes) modes.
With HDMI output and VGA output, you can connect the N7510 to a monitor or HDTV directly and monitor the NAS without the use of a computer. You can even connect USB keyboard and mouse and play videos and view pictures directly on a HDTV. The 7-bay NAS has two LAN ports with Link Aggregation support and four USB 2.0 ports and two USB 3.0 ports. It supports iSCSI Target and Think Provisioning, RAID Volume AES256-bit encryption, and comes with built-in FTP/SFTP server, Download Manager eMule and BitTorrent support, Printer Server, and support for OS X Time Machine.
The Thecus N7510 comes pre-sintalled with Thecus OS 5.0 and offers Data Burn for backing up data onto a CD, DVD or Blu-ray, and Data Guard total backup solution. You can also use the Cloud Backup function to sync data to Dropbox or Amazon S3 cloud storage. iOS and Android applications are available for remote access to files stored on the N7510. The NAS is protected by McAfee Antivirus and it is compliant with VMware, Citrix, Microsoft Hyper-V.