CES 2017 | QNAP announces Thunderbolt 3 NAS and other new storage solutions
Less than two years after the introduction of the world's first Thunderbolt NAS (TVS-871T), QNAP improves this product with Thunderbolt 3 connectivity. Next to it, the Taipei-based company brings a set of products to CES that target the consumer, SMB, and enterprise markets.
These are the highlights of QNAP's presence at the technology trade show that takes place in Las Vegas this week:
- Thunderbolt 3 NAS with higher speeds than before, support for the T2E Converter available in QTS 4.3 that turns this storage device into a native Thunderbolt-to-Ethernet adapter
- TGX-150 NAS with one 2.5-inch bay with built-in gateway and wireless access point, powered by the Intel® AnyWAN™ SoC GRX750
- DJ2 Live 4K live broadcasting platform
- TVS-882BR NAS with 5.25-inch for installing optical disc drives (Blu-ray Disc and BDXL-compatible writers supported)
- TS-1685 16-bay Xeon D Super NAS with 12 3.5-inch bays for storage and four 2.5-inch SSD bays
These products and more should soon become available for purchase via QNAP partners worldwide. We will get back to them as soon as the company unveils more details about the hardware options and configurations available.