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QNAP to demo new NAS OS

09 Feb 2012

NAS and NVR vendor QNAP is inviting resellers and end users to a free demo showing off the operating system behind the latest TurboNAS firmware range.

The event, presented in partnership with distributors SnapperNet, will cover key business features, cloud features and multimedia features included in version 3.6 of the OS.

Richard Paul, managing director of SnapperNet, says resellers are encouraged to bring their clients along to witness the technology first-hand.

"We know that there are many SMBs in New Zealand that find implementing NAS both costly and complicated,” Paul says, "and the demand for storage capacity is increasing day by day.”

The event will be held at Auckland’s North Harbour Stadium on Monday, February 20 at 6pm. Email QNAP or SnapperNet for more.

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