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QNAP Reveals New 16-bay NAS, Thunderbolt3 Connectivity, 4K Capability, & More

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On the hardware side, QNAP is introducing two other new products: the TVS-882BR that has a 5.25" drive bay for installing optical disc drives and a 16-bay, Xeon D powered NAS for virtual environment deployments. An optical drive bay in a NAS is ideal for users that have lots of data on disc (including media as the TVS-882BR supports Blu-Ray) that needs to be made digital or as a method of backing up data onto discs. The enterprise-class TS-1685 has 16 bays, twelve 3.5" bays for HDD storage and four 2.5" bays SSD storage. There are also 6 built-in M.2 slots that can act as an SSD cache. To further boost its performance, the TS-1685 comes with three PCIe slots meaning users can install 10/40 GbE adapters, graphics cards, PCIe NVMe SSD, and USB 3.1 cards. With this level of performance as well as QTS’s Virtualization Station and Container Station (not to mention third-party hypervisors), the TS-1685 is ideal for deploying virtualization environments.

 

QNAP Reveals New 16-bay NAS, Thunderbolt3 Connectivity, 4K Capability, & More

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I may have peed a little while reading this.

QNAP has very possibly designed my perfect NAS device.  I'll never be able to afford the bloody thing.  But holy stinker what a powerhouse.

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Dear Lord Nick...please don't say that again, LMAO.

I'll inquire about a discount for you ;)

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