QNAP has released a new quad-core 3-bay NAS, the TS-332X, that allows for building a RAID 5 array for balancing capacity and protection with the fewest disks.
The TS-332X also provides a 10GbE SFP+ port, three M.2 SATA 6Gb/s SSD slots, and supports SSD caching and Qtier auto-tiering technology.
“The TS-332X is a small NAS, but it is packed full of competitive features,“ said Dan Lin, Product Manager of QNAP.
“It allows for RAID 5 protection in a budget configuration, supports M.2 SATA SSDs, and performs efficient tiered storage. It is a cost-effective 10GbE NAS that empowers even the most budget-conscious small offices to upgrade their entire IT infrastructure.”
The TS-332X uses an Alpine AL-324 quad-core 1.7 GHz Cortex-A57 processor, features 2GB/4GB DDR4 RAM upgradable to 16GB and comes with a 10GbE SFP+ port to provide compatibility with high-speed networks.
The TS-332X supports up to three SATA 6Gb/s M.2 SSDs with 2280 form factors, allowing users to create a high-capacity SSD cache for boosting IOPS-demanding applications, or RAID 5 tiered storage.
Block-based snapshots enable comprehensive data protection and instant restoration, providing a modern way for users to effectively mitigate the threat of ransomware, according to QNAP.
The TS-322X NAS is available now.
For more information, visit www.qnap.com.