This week, QNAP introduced its new TShx87XURP QuTS Hero NAS hybrid storage, now available in 9, 18, 22 or 30 bay options. Powered by Intel Xeon E2300 series processors with fast 10GbE and 2.5GbE MultiGig connectivity and efficient hybrid HDD/SSD storage architecture.
The new line of hybrid storage solutions was built with data integrity in mind and provides powerful data reduction, nearunlimited snapshots, up to 5 petabytes per file share, and more, QNAP explains. “The ideal storage solution for today’s business requirements for file servers, virtualization servers, VDI, and backup/restore.”
“Designed for heavy business workloads, the TShx87XURP packs incredible processing power with an Intel Xeon E processor along with up to 128GB DDR4 ECC memory to meet multitasking requirements and protect redundant power. Builtin 10GBASET and 2.5GbE network ports allow you to perform tasks that require high bandwidth, such as virtualization, large file transfer, and realtime applications.
Highspeed PCIe Gen 4 slots are included to expand core NAS features such as adding additional 10/25GbE network interface cards, QM2 cards for adding M.2 SSDs and 2.5GbE/10GbE ports, Fiber Channel cards for SAN storage and storage. expansion cards for connecting QNAP expansion enclosures. The TShx87XURP series can be combined with QNAP 10GbE/2.5GbE managed and unmanaged switches to help organizations implement highspeed, secure and scalable network environments without breaking the budget.”
QNAP Hybrid Storage Solutions
“Compared to traditional storage arrays, the TShx87XURP series with hybrid HDD/SSD storage combines cost, performance and capacity, and the 9bay TSh987XURP also supports U.2 NVMe PCIe Gen 4 with low latency. x4 SSD. Users can easily implement SSD caching to boost I/Ointensive workloads to access vital data.”
“With the drop in the price of SSDs, the use of SSDs or hybrid storage in IT infrastructure has become widespread. The TShx87XURP series provides a variety of storage capacity models for organizations of all sizes to meet their performance and costeffectiveness requirements,” said Jason Hsu, QNAP product manager, adding, “With flexible PCIe Gen 4 expansion, TS “The hx87XURP series can be further configured to meet advanced mixeduse applications and data communications needs.”
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