QNAP Systems, Inc., a leading computing, networking and storage solution innovator, today launched the new TS-435XeU 4-bay NAS that uses a Marvell® OCTEON TX2™ CN9131 quad-core 2.2 GHz processor. With a compact 1U short depth chassis, the TS-435XeU can be easily installed in small media cabinets or places with a lot of cabling. As an entry-level rackmount NAS that balances cost and performance, the TS-435XeU includes dual 10GbE and dual 2.5GbE ports, two M.2 PCIe Gen 3 NVMe SSD slots, storage scalability, and highly-anticipated business and media features.
“The short-depth TS-435XeU NAS satisfies business demands for high performance and efficient space utilization,” said Jason Hsu, Product Manager of QNAP, adding “With high-speed 2.5GbE, 10GbE, and M.2 NVMe SSD slots, the TS-435XeU delivers a premium experience compared with other NAS in the same price range and provides an all-round reliable NAS solution for quality IT efficiency and data storage.”Add a comment
TerraMaster, a professional brand that specializes in providing innovative storage products for home, businesses and enterprises, introduces the F2-423 2-Bay NAS and F4-423 4-Bay NAS. The F2-423 and F4-423 high-performance NAS products are designed for small- and medium-sized businesses. Both deliver exceptional performance with its faster quad-core processor and larger memory support compared to the previous generation F2-422 and F4-422 NAS.
The TerraMaster F2-423 and F4-423 NAS devices are equipped with an Intel Celeron N5105/N5095 quad-core processor with a maximum burst frequency of 2.9GHz. Both are equipped with 4GB DDR4 SODIMM memory, expandable up to 32GB memory (2x 16GB). The F2-423 and F4-423 supports 20TB HDDs, supporting up to 40TB (2x 20TB) and 80TB (4x 20TB) of maximum internal raw storage capacity respectively. Both NAS units also comes with two M.2 NVMe PCIe 3.0 slots that support NVMe SSDs for SSD caching or for M.2 Wi-Fi modules.Add a comment
QNAP Systems, Inc., a leading computing, networking, and storage solution innovator, today introduced the 2-bay HS-264 Silent NAS powered by an Intel® Celeron® N5105 quad-core processor. Featuring dual-port 2.5GbE networking, dual 4K HDMI output, 4K media streaming/transcoding, and install-on-demand apps, the HS-264 pairs NAS functionality with a multimedia-focused experience.
The HS-264 supports two 2.5-inch/3.5-inch SATA 6Gbps hard drives or SSDs and has 8 GB memory (not expandable). With two 2.5 Gigabit (2.5G/1G/100M) ports, the HS-264 has huge bandwidth potential for high-speed backup, sharing and streaming - supporting up to 5Gbps under port trunking. Two HDMI output and two USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A ports allow connecting to multiple audio/video devices or expansion units, while Intel® AES-NI hardware-accelerated encryption ensures the confidentiality of files and data without impacting system performance.Add a comment
QNAP Systems, Inc., a leading computing, networking, and storage solution innovator, today unveiled the 2U short-depth rackmount TS-873AeU NAS series, including the TS-873AeU and TS-873AeU-RP, with high-performance and energy-efficient AMD Ryzen™ Embedded V1000 series V1500B 4-core/8-thread, 2.2GHz processors. The series is available in 8-bay models with single and redundant power supply options. The TS-873AeU series is suitable for tackling resource-demanding applications and tasks, such as virtual machines, intensive multi-user access, or hybrid cloud applications, making it a cost-efficient solution for businesses that depend on virtualization or VDI applications.
The 2U rackmount TS-873AeU series has a short depth design of only 11.7 inches (297.4 mm) for up to 38% reduction in size, making it an excellent choice for smaller racks, wall-mount AV rack cabinets, and network rack cabinets. Space saved by its short depth design can greatly benefit cabling or ventilation. The TS-873AeU series is ideal for flexible deployment and is especially suitable for installation in locations such as offices, audiovisual rooms, and for applications such as security surveillance recording.Add a comment
TerraMaster, a professional brand that specializes in providing innovative storage products for home, businesses and enterprises, introduces the T12-423 12-bay professional compact NAS. Designed for small-sized and medium-sized businesses, the T12-423 comes equipped with a more powerful and efficient Intel Celeron quad-core processor for high-speed transmission and virtualization applications.
The TerraMaster T12-423 has 12 bays that support 3.5” HDDs and 2.5” SSD/HDDs, up to 240TB of internal raw storage capacity. It has two M.2 slots for NVMe SSDs for SSD caching. This TNAS comes with 8GB DDR4 SODIMM memory, upgradeable up to 32GB (2x 16GB) with its two SODIMM slots. It is also equipped with two 2.5GbE NICs with Link Aggregation support.Add a comment
QNAP Systems, Inc., a leading computing, networking, and storage solution innovator, today introduced the new short depth rackmount NAS – the TS-x64eU. There are three models available: the 4-bay TS-464eU, the 8-bay TS-864eU and the 8-bay with redundant power TS-864eU-RP. All the TS-x64eU models are powered by an Intel® Celeron® N5095/5105 quad-core processor with dual 2.5GbE ports, two USB 3.2 Gen 2 10Gbps ports and 4K HDMI output for multimedia and virtual machine display. The TS-x64eU series provides a complete backup/recovery solution (local, offsite and cloud) and a cloud storage gateway alongside expandable storage capacity and feature-rich apps.
“The compact short depth design of the TS-x64eU NAS series provides a versatile solution for modern businesses and organizations. The TS-x64eU adds high flexibility to IT network infrastructure deployment with high performance, high-speed I/O ports and high expandability. Offering versatile business applications, the TS-x64eU meets requirements for optimized data storage, backup, sharing, disaster recovery and hybrid cloud,” said Xavier Hsu, Product Manager of QNAP.Add a comment
TerraMaster, a professional brand that specializes in providing innovative storage products for home, businesses and enterprises, updates the TOS 5 system with a new User Interface (UI) design making it 300% more responsive compared to the previous version. The updated lighter and smoother TOS 5 with new UI offers easier and improved user experience.
The new TerraMaster TOS 5 system with redesigned UI will be available for global beta testing in March 2022.
New TOS 5 Features
300% Response Time Improvement
Aside from the redesigned UI, the updated TOS 5 system features a new caching technology that will speed up data transfer between server and database. This resulted in a significant improvement in response time by up to 300% compared to the previous version.
Synology today announced the Beta release of DiskStation Manager 7.1, giving system admins a chance to test out the expanded functionality. DSM 7.1 further builds on the massive platform upgrade introduced with DSM 7.0 and introduces many innovative enhancements designed to address IT challenges.
"DSM 7.1 is an important evolution for one of the most widely used data management platforms in the industry," System Product Management Team Manager, Shamrock Ko said. "Building on the solid foundation we set with 7.0, we can now focus on addressing the more specific challenges that our customers identify, during their day-to-day use of the platform."
Core storage enhancements
DSM 7.1 brings key improvements to the storage management experience. Starting with the introduction of file aggregation portals, it adds SMB DFS capability to enable administrators to link together multiple Synology systems. This provides more convenient file access for end users by removing the need to remember separate addresses.
The new user interface introduced in 7.0 has been further optimized by consolidating background tasks into an administrator-friendly overview. This increases greater transparency into what is happening on the system, even across different user accounts. For Synology High Availability clusters, users can now view and manage drives on both systems from a single instance of Storage Manager for easier maintenance and management.Add a comment
QNAP Systems, Inc., a leading computing, networking, and storage solution innovator, today released the flagship dual-CPU, NVMe all-flash storage TDS-h2489FU. Powered by Intel® Xeon® Silver 4300 processors (16 or 32 Cores) and featuring twenty-four U.2 NVMe Gen 4 x4 SSD bays, the TDS-h2489FU provides over 1 million iSCSI 4K random read IOPS with ultra-low latency. Besides exceptional hardware and connectivity (including two 25GbE SFP28 ports, four 2.5GbE RJ45 LAN ports, two PCIe Gen 4 slots, and 1200W redundant power supplies) the TDS-h2489FU uses the ZFS-based QuTS hero operating system that provides powerful data reduction and SSD optimization tools, maximizing all-flash investments for HPC, virtualization, file servers, and 4K/8K multimedia applications.
“The all-flash TDS-h2489FU drives high I/O performance and low latency with server-grade Xeon processors and U.2 NVMe Gen 4 x4 storage”, said Jason Hsu, Product Manager of QNAP, adding “capable of empowering mission-critical, latency-sensitive workloads out-of-the-box, with flexible PCIe Gen 4 expansion, the TDS-h2489FU can be further configured to meet extended mix-use applications and data transfer needs.”Add a comment
QNAP Systems, Inc., today announced that it has extended the end date of Technical Support and Security Updates for some End of Life (EOL) models, helping users to defend against evolving security threats and allowing users to have more time to implement device upgrades.
EOL models may lack computational capabilities, be short on operational memory, be unable to receive up-to-date component drivers, or possess other technical constraints or deprecated technology. Due to these reasons, QNAP normally maintains security updates for 4 years after a product passes its EOL date. As a special effort to help users protect their devices from today’s security threats, QNAP has extended security updates for some EOL models till October 2022.
The extended end date of Technical Support and Security Updates applies as below:Add a comment