QNAP TS-x77 — the world’s first NAS with AMD Ryzen
Company QNAP Systems was timed to the exhibition Computex 2017 announcement the world’s first storage network connection (NAS) AMD Ryzen. The corresponding series NAS received the designation TS-x77.
The series will include models with six, eight and twelve bays size 2.5 inches with interface SATA. They are built on AMD processors and AMD 7 Ryzen Ryzen 5 that support acceleration of encryption by using the instruction set AES-NI. RAM DDR4 up to 64GB of. Each model has three expansion slots PCIe Gen.3, which can be used to add network cards 10 GbE and 40 GbE, SSDs that support NVMe, graphics cards, adapters and USB 3.1. Regular equipment includes four Gigabit Ethernet ports, five USB 3.0 ports and two USB 3.1 signals one of which is displayed on the USB connector.
The features of the new NAS can be attributed to the presence of two slots M. 2 SATA 6 GB/s SSD designed for caching.
The manufacturer notes good extensibility and high reliability TS-x77, and support for virtualization and the focus on applications with intensive data exchange.
Sale QNAP NAS TS-x77 to begin in the third quarter.