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QNAP announces TVS-x82 business NAS series

QNAP TVS-x82 business NAS with up to 8 GB RAM and up to Intel Core i7 Skylake processor
QNAP TVS-x82
This new feature-packed business NAS family features up to 32 GB RAM and Intel Core Skylake processors, including the high-end i7-6700.

QNAP Systems has just announced the release of a new NAS series aimed at business users. The TVS-x82 lineup consists of three different models that use Intel Skylake processors and "has been designed to meet specific usage scenarios to accomplish tiered storage, application-based partitioning, and network traffic distribution with outstanding performance."

The TVS-x82 comes with extremely flexible hardware options, including the option of a 450 W power supply that can power an AMD Radeon R9 Series discrete graphics card for GPU passthrough to virtual machines (TVS-1282 and TVS-882 only). All the three TVS-x82 models offer three HDMI outputs, including one HDMI 2.0, 4 to 8 3.5-inch drive bays and 2 or 4 2.5-inch SSD slots, 4XGigabit LAN ports, 5XUSB 3.0 ports, and even two built-in speakers.

These are the three models mentioned earlier and their top specs:

  • TVS-1282 - Intel Core i7 6700 and 32 GB RAM
  • TVS-882 - Intel Core i5 6500 and 16 GB RAM
  • TVS-682 - Intel Core i3 6100 and 8 GB RAM

The QNAP TVS-x82 series is available for purchase, but detailed information on where to buy and pricing should soon become available on the company's website.

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Codrut Nistor, 2016-05-25 (Update: 2016-05-25)
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