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QNAP Establishes Distribution Network with Ingram Micro (US)

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Irvine, California and Taipei, Taiwan, May 2009 - QNAP Systems, Inc., the leading Network Attached Storage (NAS) and Network Video Recorder (NVR) provider, announced it has entered into a distribution agreement with Ingram Micro Inc. today to fulfill the demands in the network data storage market. QNAP Turbo NAS series have been widely recognized as high quality, high performance green storage solutions for SOHO, Small and Medium-sized Business (SMB), and enterprises. Ingram Micro will now begin distributing QNAP's awards-winning Turbo NAS and NVR in the U.S.

"We are pleased to strengthen our distribution network through Ingram Micro's reseller channels to widely offer our new generation Intel-based iSCSI Turbo NAS series to the market. The powerful Turbo NAS series are designed for business users who require storage solutions that integrate performance, features, capacity, and manageability. The Turbo NAS delivers higher performance than other general SOHO NAS brands in the market and allows intensive simultaneous data access in the business environment," said Meiji Chang, CEO of QNAP Systems. "Facing the intensive growth of digital data for business transactions nowadays, SMB and enterprises need powerful, reliable, and scalable storage solutions. We believe that QNAP can fulfill those needs with our high performance NAS products." With versatile applications such as iSCSI target service, complete back-up solution, remote application, AES 256-bit encryption, Online RAID Capacity Expansion, Online RAID Level Migration, mail server, printer server, etc., QNAP Turbo NAS is a compelling storage solution for SMB and enterprises.

The Turbo NAS family consists of 2-bay, 4-bay, 5-bay, 6-bay, and 8-bay tower, 1U, 2U chassis (with redundant power supply) models and are now available for resellers via Ingram Micro distribution network.