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QNAP TVS-ECx80U-SAS-RP series NAS now available

QNAP TVS-ECx80U-SAS-RP series with Intel Xeon processor
QNAP TVS-ECx80U-SAS
The new enterprise-class 12Gbps SAS-enabled, 40GbE-ready rackmount NAS is powered by quad-core Intel Xeon processors and available in 24, 16, 15 and 12-bay models.

QNAP Systems introduces today a new NAS lineup for the enterprise, namely the TVS-ECx80U-SAS-RP series. According to the official press release, this new 12 Gbps SAS-enabled, 40 GbE-ready series rackmount NAS "can help businesses save money on expensive Flash technology but still enjoy exceptional application performance and lower TCO of storage."

The TVS-ECx80U-SAS series consists of 12, 15, 16, and 24-bay models, all with the following main specs:

  • Processor: 3.5 GHz Intel Xeon E3-1246 v3
  • Memory/Storage: 16 GB DDR3 or 8 GB DDR3 (expandable to 32 GB); up to 24 3.5-inch drives or 9X3.5-inch and 6X2.5-inch drives, as well as built-in 256 GB mSATA modules
  • Connectivity: 4XGigabit LAN port, 10GbE ready (optional), 2XPCle, HDMI, 4XUSB 3.0, 4XUSB 2.0

All the TVS-ECx80U-SAS-RP series products support up to eight QNAP RAID expansion enclosures, leading to a maximum amount of support storage space of over 1 PB raw capacity. They come with the latest QTS 4.2 operating system that allows users to run multiple apps on UNIX/Windows/Linux/Android virtual machines, and much more.

Both the TVS-ECx80U-SAS-RP QNAP NAS models and REXP-x20U-RP RAID expansion enclosures can be already purchased from QNAP partners and retailers. For more details, please check the press release below and the company's official website.

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Codrut Nistor, 2015-09-22 (Update: 2015-09-22)
Codrut Nistor
Codrut Nistor - News Editor
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