Qnap released their new TS-x63XU range this week. They are tagged along with a new 10GbE rackmount NAS in multiple bay sizes: 4 ,8 and 12 Bay. You can also have the option to purchase these units with redundant power supply units. Their virtualization supports VMware, Citrix, Windows Server 2016, Microsoft Hyper-V and more. Below is the press release from QNAP with more information.
QNAP® Systems, Inc. today launched the new 10GbE-ready TS-x63XU rack-mountable NAS (available in 4, 8, and 12-bay models with single and redundant power supply options) that features an AMD G-Series GX-420MC quad-core 2.0 GHz processor, 4GB DDR3L memory (upgradable to 16GB), and easy scalability, providing ideal storage solutions for bandwidth-demanding data center and virtualization applications.
Pre-installed with a single-port 10GbE 10GBASE-T network card (which also supports 10G/5G/2.5G/1G/100M data transfer) the TS-x63XU series delivers up to 1,038 MB/s read speed and 985 MB/s read with AES-NI encryption acceleration. Supporting SSD caching, tiered storage allocation, and excellent expandability with a QNAP 12-bay expansion enclosure, the TS-x63XU series is ideal for business organizations looking for a secure private cloud and efficient IT infrastructure for 10GbE networks.
“Besides performance and scale-up architecture, the 10GbE-ready TS-x63XU NAS series is packed with abundant business applications and reliable system operations to fully back business needs in data storage, disaster recovery, and virtualization,” said Jason Hsu, Product Manager of QNAP.
Optimized for virtualization environments, the TS-x63XU series supports VMware®, Citrix®, Microsoft® Hyper-V® and Windows Server® 2016, and can also natively host virtual machines (Windows®, Linux®, UNIX® and Android™) and LXC and Docker® containers. The intelligent QTS operating system delivers a comprehensive solution for storage, backup, sharing, and central management. Snapshot (block-based) support is also provided to help users quickly restore the NAS to a previously-recorded state, providing an ideal solution for mitigating the effects of unexpected NAS failure or ransomware attack.
The storage capacity of the TS-x63XU series can be expanded on demand by attaching a QNAP expansion enclosure (UX-1200U-RP and UX-800U-RP). QNAP’s VJBOD (Virtual JBOD) solution also allows users to expand the capacity of TS-x63XU models by using the unused storage capacity of other QNAP NAS.
Users can flexibly increase the potential applications of the NAS with the various apps available from the QTS App Center. Qsync enables file sync across devices to boost team collaboration; QRM+ simplifies central management of Windows, Linux, and IPMI devices and facilitates easy troubleshooting; Qfiling automates file organization without needing any extra effort or time; and QIoT Suite Lite is a hands-on IoT development app, allowing organizations to easily acquire a private cloud combining storage and IoT applications. Users can also build a budget-friendly professional surveillance system with the TS-x63XU by using the new QVR Pro.
Redundant power supply
- TS-463XU-RP: 4-bay, 1U rackmount
- TS-863XU-RP: 8-bay, 2U rackmount
- TS-1263XU-RP: 12-bay, 2U rackmount
Single power supply
AMD embedded G-Series GX-420MC quad-core 2.0 GHz processor, with AES-NI encryption engine; dual channel 4GB DDR3LSO-DIMM RAM (upgradable to 16GB); hot-swappable 2.5″/3.5″ SATA 6Gbps HDD/SSD; 1x 10GBASE-T RJ-45 LAN port, 4x Gigabit LAN ports; 2x USB 3.0 ports; 2x USB 2.0 ports (TS-463XU-RP/TS-463XU provides 3x USB 2.0 ports)
The new TS-x63XU series NAS is now available at simplynas.com.
About QNAP Systems, Inc.
QNAP Systems, Inc., headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, provides a comprehensive range of cutting-edge Network-attached Storage (NAS) and video surveillance solutions based on the principles of usability, high security, and flexible scalability. QNAP offers quality NAS products for home and business users, providing solutions for storage, backup/snapshot, virtualization, teamwork, multimedia, and more. QNAP envisions NAS as being more than “simple storage”, and has created many NAS-based innovations to encourage users to host and develop Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, and machine learning solutions on their QNAP NAS.