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QNAP Unveils Qsirch 5.0

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QNAP® Systems, Inc., a leading computing, networking and storage solution innovator, announce the release of Qsirch 5.0 – a fast, full-text search engine with the following new features: search by image, text search in images and auto-archiving files.

Qsirch enables users to find files based on their filename, content, and metadata. Qsirch 5.0 adds integration with the QuMagie Core AI engine to identify objects and people in photos, allowing users to find images using keywords or by finding other images of the same person by clicking on their face.

OCR technology is now included in Qsirch 5.0, allowing the detection of text within image files and for these files to be found using keywords. The new auto-archiving feature leverages Qfiling to perform one-time or automatic archiving tasks based on search criteria.

“Integration with the QuMagie Core AI engine and Qfiling provides QNAP NAS users with easy and convenient file searching.” said Josh Chen, Product Manager of QNAP.

Qsirch 5.0 uses a license system with subscription tiers. The free plan allows users to enjoy powerful full-text search and OCR text search in images with 3 filters available per file type. A Premium license enables advanced search functions including searching by people and archiving search results with Qfiling.

Availability

Qsirch 5.0 will be available from July 2020 in the App Center. Qsirch 5.0 supports QTS 4.4.1 (or later) and QuTS hero.

The Qsirch Helper Browser extensions for Chrome™ and Firefox® are available from the Chrome Web Store or Firefox Browser Add-on.

For more information about Qsirch, please visit https://www.qnap.com/go/solution/qsirch/

 



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