The TS-253E features 2.5GbE connectivity, 8GB RAM, and M.2 slots for NVMe SSD caching to deliver high performance for applications such as surveillance systems, virtual machines, file servers or backup servers. Dual HDMI outputs also provide direct multimedia playback and robust surveillance monitoring. QNAP will provide long-term availability and support for the TS-253E, providing a great choice for businesses requiring matching NAS models deployed in multiple locations.
Dual 2.5GbE ports
2.5 times faster network speed with existing CAT5e cables; supports port trunking to deliver up to 5Gbps.
Dual M.2 2280 PCIe slots
Attain greater NAS performance by installing M.2 2280 NVMe PCIe SSDs (sold separately) or Edge TPU.
8GB RAM onboard
System performance and multitasking is optimized with 8GB RAM.
The TS-253E will be available and supported by QNAP for an extended period, up to 2029.
Dual HDMI output
The dual-screen extension can be used for surveillance or 4K high-resolution video playback.
Expand storage capacity
Supports USB expansion enclosures (see the compatibility list).
Intel quad-core processor burst up to 2.6 GHz with AES-NI encryption
Intel® Celeron® J6412 quad-core processor (burst up to 2.6GHz)
Onboard 8GB (non-expandable)
The Intel® AES-NI encryption engine boosts encryption performance while maintaining the confidentiality of NAS data.
• 2 x USB 3.2 Gen2
• 2 x USB 2.0
Dual 4K HDMI outputs for surveillance monitoring or multimedia display
The TS-253E supports hardware decoding and real-time transcoding*. The dual HDMI outputs support up to 4K (3840 x 2160p) @30Hz, providing great benefits for applications like surveillance, video production/editing, industrial design and professional photography that demand on-image resolution and color realism as well as intensive media storage, transfer and display.
*Note: The TS-253E’s hardware provides H.264 hardware decoding, encoding and transcoding capabilities. However, playback quality may vary due to factors including playback software, file formats, system usage, and available bandwidth.