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  1. Julio Urquidi

    QNAP’s 16-bay Ryzen-Driven Enterprise NAS Built With AI In Mind

    Powered by AMD’s 8-core Ryzen architecture, the 16-bay TS-1677X Ryzen NAS is built to handle workloads found in larger businesses, such as AI and virtualization. Available in four different models - based on processor and RAM (up to 64 GB), each TS-1677X Ryzen series NAS includes three PCIe...
  2. Julio Urquidi

    QNAP Virtual QTS Now Available On TS-x77 NAS Series

    vQTS allows QNAP customers to run multiple instances of QTS on a single NAS device. Initially available for QNAP’s AMD Ryzen-powered TS-x77 series of NAS products, vQTS lets QTS instances operate alongside other virtual instances running Windows, Linux, Unix and/or Android operating systems, all...
  3. Julio Urquidi

    QNAP Announces Ryzen Powered TS-x77 NAS Series

    QNAP has announced three AMD Ryzen based NASes. The TS-x77 series includes the 12-bay TS-1277, 8-bay TS-877 and 6-bay TS-677. All are based on AMD’s Ryzen multi-core processors, use DDR4 memory, support two M.2 SSD modules for internal cache, and have eight USB (six 3.0 and two 3.1) ports...
  4. Julio Urquidi

    QNAP Announces First Ryzen-Powered NAS Series

    The QNAP TS-x77 series of business-ready NAS products will use AMD’s Ryzen processor to power its line-up of 6-, 8- and 12-bay models. Powered by either the 6-core Ryzen 5 or 8-core Ryzen 7, the new NAS series will also support up to 64 GB of DDR4 RAM. Each NAS includes three PCIe expansion...