QNAP Turbo NAS TS-1079 Pro Receives Editor’s Choice Award from TweakTown.com

Taipei, Taiwan, October 19, 2011 --(PR.com)-- QNAP Systems, Inc. is delighted to announce that its Turbo NAS TS-1079 Pro was honored with the Editor’s Choice Award from TweakTown.com, one of the most successful professional tech media websites in the world.

“We are deeply honored to receive this award from TweakTown and see the TS-1079 Pro standing out from the crowd,” said David Tsao, product manager of QNAP. “QNAP strives to provide high quality and reliable networked storage solutions for a broad range of consumer. The TS-1079 Pro is our first touch to reach the high-end SMB users.”

Equipped with Dual-core Intel Core™ i3 processor, 2 GB DDR3 RAM, USB 3.0 ports and optional 10GbE LAN ports, the TS-1079 Pro received very high ratings on TweakTown’s review. “The power, performance and fact that it supports 10 bays makes it simply one of the most desirable NAS’s on the market,” commented Shane Baxtor who conducted the TS1079 Pro review. In addition to its powerful performance, the incredible huge features offered by TS-1079 Pro made it a great unit for high-end SMB users.

The TS-1079 Pro review is available at:

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About QNAP Systems, Inc.
QNAP Systems, Inc. is a privately held company founded in 2004 and is dedicated to bringing world class NAS storage, professional NVR video surveillance, and network video players to consumer, small/medium business, and entry level enterprise market segments. QNAP leverages not only hardware design but also a growing core competency in software engineering that is precisely focused on bringing to market products that offer the highest available performance coupled with outstanding reliability, scalability, and ease of installation and use. QNAP is a multi-national company with headquarters in Taipei, Taiwan, and subsidiary offices in China and the United States.

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