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Feb 16, 2016
New TDS-16489U Packs Incredible Enterprise-grade Performance and Features for Unified Virtual Machine Storage in a single cost-effective Rack-mounted "Dual Server" Chassis February 16, 2016 -- POMONA, Calif., Feb. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- QNAP , Inc. releases its first-of-its-kind Enterprise computing NAS- TDS-16489U featuring dual processors which brings together an ultra-high performance application server designed to compute and store simultaneously seamlessly. The extremely robust storage server comes with 16 hot-swappable drive bays + 4 2.5" SSDs for tiered SSD/SAS/SATA storage options along with scalable iSCSI expansion for a maximum of 1,152TB of addressable storage. The TDS-16489U is powered by dual Intel E5 processors (up to 8 cores each), upgradeable RAM up to 1TB, delivers up to 3,800+ MB/s throughput and 260,000+ IOPS in a single 3U rack-mounted unit. QNAP's powerful embedded QTS 4.2 management software provides easy storage and application management along with stand out features such as Qtier technology, GPU Pass-through and much more. TDS-16489U Hardware Overview Powered by dual Xeon E5 processors and 16 DIMM slots for up to 1TB of DDR4 2133MHz RAM, the TDS-16489U features 4 10GbE network ports and is 40GbE ready out of the box. Three independent 12BGBs SAS controllers allow for maximum I/O performance among the 16 drives and 4 PCIe NVMe SSDs used for caching. Support for optional Radeon R7 & R9 graphics cards for full GPU pass-through to virtualized machines. With its server grade performance for Big Data applications, the TDS-16489U is cost effective, reliable, and scalable. QNAP Qtier Technology and GPU Pass-through part of QTS 4.2 QNAP's Qtier technology dynamically analyzes and balances data into 3 tiers and is part of the embedded QTS 4.2 management software. "Hot" frequently-accessed data is kept in the SSD cache for fastest delivery, less-frequently used "warm" data in high-performance SAS HDDs, and infrequently used or archived "cold" data on the most cost-effective SATA drives. This combination of data management with ultra-fast SSD caching is proven to accelerate network performance with lower total cost of ownership. In addition to Qtier technology is the GPU-Pass-through capability of the TDS-16489U. As graphics capabilities have long been limited on virtualized platforms, with this feature solves this issue and lets an external dedication GPU be assigned directly to a VM to provide full support for rich 3D graphics/graphic-intensive applications. The recently refreshed QTS for business NAS models feature many other business critical applications including centralized backups and data replication. Available models TDS-16489U SA1 (ES-2620 2.4GHz 6-core processor x2, 64GB DDR4 RDIMM) TDS-16489U-SA2 (ES-2620 2.4GHz 6-core processor x2, 128GB DDR4 RDIMM) TDS-16489U-SB2 (ES-2630 2.4GHz 8-core processor x2, 128GB DDR4 RDIMM) TDS-16489U-SB3 (ES-2630 2.4GHz 8-core processor x2, 256GB DDR4 RDIMM) Price & Availability The new TDS-16489U models are currently shipping in the US and Canada markets. For pricing, please contact QNAP sales or any reseller listed on the QNAP website. About QNAP QNAP, Inc., as its brand promise "QualityNetworkApplianceProvider", aims to deliver comprehensive offerings of cutting edge network attached storage (NAS) and network video recorder (NVR) solutions featured with ease-of-use, robust operation, large storage capacity, and trustworthy reliability. QNAP integrates technologies and designs to bring forth quality products that effectively improve business efficiency on file sharing, virtualization applications, storage management and surveillance in the business environments, as well as enrich entertainment life for home users with the offering of a fun multimedia center experience. Headquartered in Taipei, QNAP delivers its solutions to the global market with nonstop innovation and passion.
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