Most of your reading this will be familiar with the problems of DLNA, commercial off the shelf NAS cannot transcode video in real time which poses a problem when streaming to clients with limited video players like phones, tablets, TV's. You typically needed the processing power of a PC to transcode but Intel has just announced a new NAS chipset that will include video transcoding features. The Intel Atom CE5300 is coming to Synology, Thecus and Asustor NAS, it will allow real time transcoding of media to multiple clients. This should also make streaming media over the Internet from your own NAS a very easy thing to do as well. The only downside is the cost, Atom based NAS are not cheap like the Arm models. In the PR text Asustor mention an AS3 series using the chip, their current is AS6 hopefully that's a sign lower cost models are coming.