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QNAP and AMD TVS-863+ Golden Cloud Turbo vNAS Launched


QNAP and AMD TVS-863+ Golden Cloud Turbo vNAS Launched

QNAP® Systems, Inc. have partnered with Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD®), and announced the release of the high-performance 10GbE-ready TVS-863+ and 4/6/8-bay TVS-x63 Turbo vNAS series, with an AMD Embedded G-Series quad-core 2.4GHz processor and a RAM module expandable to 16GB. With highly-efficient hardware encryption, SSD cache acceleration, and advanced AMD Radeon™graphics, the TVS-x63+ series provides an affordable 10GbE unified storage solution to safeguard all stored contents and to process intensive tasks and high-quality multimedia files.

QNAP and AMD TVS-863+ Golden Cloud Turbo vNAS Launched

“QNAP is renowned for providing comprehensive cutting-edge NAS solutions with high-quality features for users, and we feel very honored to cooperate with QNAP to release the new TVS-x63+ series NAS, powered by AMD embedded solutions,” said Scott Aylor, corporate vice president and general manager, AMD Embedded Solutions. “The AMD Embedded G-Series SoC provides high performance while being energy efficient and meets the requirements of a NAS designed to deliver 24/7 continuous and reliable services.”

Powered by an energy-efficient 64-bit AMD quad-core 2.4 GHz processor with 8GB/4GB fast DDR3L-1600 RAM (upgradable to 16GB), coupled with the support of SATA 6Gb/s, 2 Gigabit LAN ports and 10GbE capability (the TVS-863+ has built in 10GbE), the TVS-x63+ series delivers remarkable performance for multi-tasking business applications. The hardware encryption engine provides unmatched performance in its class with AES-256 bit full NAS volume encryption, boosting system performance & security while ensuring the safety of confidential and sensitive data.

“The TVS-x63+ series is solidly built with a state-of-the-art design and topped off with a stylish gold finish for added distinction. The Turbo vNAS with AMD quad-core processor performs outstandingly in file transfer efficiency, business and multimedia applications, and more, while brining 10GbE capabilities for budget-conscious organizations and professionals,” said Y.T. Lee, vice president of QNAP.

With QvPC Technology, users can use the TVS-x63+ series as a PC by plugging in a keyboard, mouse, and HDMI monitor to directly access data stored on the NAS, run multiple applications on Windows, Linux, UNIX, and Android-based VMs, surf the web with multilingual keyboard input, watch 1080p videos with up to 7.1 channel audio with XBMC, monitor the surveillance live feeds from IP cameras in real time, and much more.

The TVS-x63+ series also supports 4K Ultra HD output for use with QvPC Technology. Users can connect the NAS server to a 4K UHD monitor via HDMI to take advantage of 4K’s impeccable image detail for increased productivity. “With 4K Ultra HD support TVS-x63+ series models are an exceptional choice for versatile applications and working scenarios. Photographers can view sharper and clearer high-resolution images, and users can get a bigger workspace with one monitor when managing virtual machines,” added Lee.

The TVS-x63+ series leverages AMD-V virtualization technology for operating multiple VMs with the QNAP’s exclusive Virtualization Station technology. In addition, VMware®, Microsoft® and Citrix® virtualization solutions are supported to simplify virtual storage management and to facilitate virtualization applications.

The TVS-x63+ series includes more anticipated features for a better audio-visual experience, including hardware-accelerated transcoding that enables superior real-time Full HD video transcoding to convert videos to formats that can be smoothly played on PCs, mobile devices and Smart TVs; offline transcoding for keeping pre-rendered lower resolution videos to smoothly play even with limited bandwidth; dual HDMI outputs that allows users to connect to two monitors or TVs for simultaneous playback.

The scalable TVS-x63+ series allows users to connect up to two QNAP expansion enclosures (UX-800P or UX-500P) to increase the total storage capacity to 192TB (varies by models) with advanced design of multiple volumes and storage pools. The tower expansion enclosures offer SMBs budget-friendly options to expand their storage capacity to fulfill storage-intensive applications.

Key specifications

TVS-863+: 8-bay tower model, 8GB RAM, one pre-installed 1-port 10GbE PCI-E NIC
TVS-863: 8-bay tower model, 4GB RAM, PCI-E expansion slot
TVS-663: 6-bay tower model, 4GB RAM, PCI-E expansion slot
TVS-463: 4-bay tower model, 4GB RAM, PCI-E expansion slot
AMD® Embedded G-Series quad-core 2.4 GHz processor, DDR3L-1600 SO-DIMM RAM (expandable to 16GB); 2.5″/3.5″ SATA 6Gbps HDD/SSD, hard drives hot-swappable; 5 x USB 3.0; 2 x Gigabit LAN ports; 2 x HDMI (mirrored display); LCD panel.

Availability

The new TVS-x63+ series Golden Cloud Turbo vNAS will be available later this month in most retailers. For more information regarding new products and the full QNAP Turbo NAS lineup, including where to buy, please visit www.qnap.com.

About QNAP

QNAP Systems, Inc., as its brand promise “Quality Network Appliance Provider”, aims to deliver comprehensive offerings of cutting edge network attached storage (NAS) and network video recorder (NVR) solutions featured with ease-of-use, robust operation, large storage capacity, and trustworthy reliability. QNAP integrates technologies and designs to bring forth quality products that effectively improve business efficiency on file sharing, virtualization applications, storage management and surveillance in the business environments, as well as enrich entertainment life for home users with the offering of a fun multimedia center experience. Headquartered in Taipei, QNAP delivers its solutions to the global market with nonstop innovation and passion.


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