SourceSecurity.com US Edition
Home  |  Settings  |  Marketing Options  |  eNewsletters  |  About Us  |  FAQs    Join SourceSecurity.com on LinkedIn
REGISTERTerms
Leadership

Integrated Systems - News

QNAP TVS-x82 and TVS-x82T NAS series support upgradable RAM to 64 GB
The expandability to 64 GB RAM and native support for Virtualization Station make both series the perfect computing and storage server options for virtualisation and business-critical tasks
By supporting up to 64GB RAM, tasks such as virtualisation and online editing of high-resolution videos will be greatly boosted

QNAP Systems announced that its high-performance business-class TVS-x82 NAS series and TVS-x82T Thunderbolt NAS series, powered by 6th Generation Intel 14nm multi-core processors, support upgrading the RAM to a maximum of 64 GB for optimal performance in memory-intensive applications such as virtualisation.

Native support for Virtualisation Station

Featuring an advanced hardware design based on the concept of tiered storage, application-based partitioning, and network traffic distribution, the TVS-x82 and TVS-x82T series are designed for business and work environment that emphasizes performance and efficiency. The expandability to 64 GB RAM and native support for Virtualisation Station make both series the perfect computing and storage server options for virtualisation and business-critical tasks.

Boosted online editing

The TVS-x82 and TVS-x82T series are mostly adopted by business and workgroup users who have a strong demand for applications requiring excessive memory usage and computing power, said David Tsao, Product Manager of QNAP, adding By supporting up to 64GB RAM, tasks such as virtualisation and online editing of high-resolution videos will be greatly boosted.

The TVS-x82 and TVS-x82T series have also been extended with new 12-bay model options that include Intel Core i7 processors and 64 GB RAM: TVS-1282T-i7-64G, TVS-1282-i7-64G and TVS-1282-i7-64G-450W. Users can enjoy greater choice in finding a NAS that meets their various needs.

Save

Latest in

See privacy and cookie policy
SourceSecurity.com
Browsing from the Americas? Looking for SourceSecurity.com US Edition?
View this content on SourceSecurity.com US Edition, our dedicated portal for our Americas audience.
Do not show me this again
International EditionUS Edition