Thursday, December 17th 2020

QNAP Launches the QGD-3014-16PT Desktop Smart Edge PoE Switch

QNAP Systems, Inc., a leading computing, networking and storage solution innovator, today announced the desktop smart edge PoE Switch - QGD-3014-16PT. With sixteen 30-watt Gigabit PoE ports, two 2.5GbE host management ports, Intel Celeron J4125 quad-core 2.0 GHz processor, and four 3.5-inch SATA drive bays, the QGD-3014-16PT supports QVR Pro, HBS 3 and QuWAN SD-WAN to integrate surveillance deployment, video storage computing, and multi-site remote management to offer SMBs innovative intelligent IP surveillance infrastructure and remote backup solutions.
"Expanding multi-site surveillance networks can be costly and involve large amounts of equipment with low transmission efficiency between multiple remote devices - not to mention the complexities involved in deployment and management. " said Daniel Hsieh, QNAP Product Manager, adding, "the QGD-3014-16PT desktop Smart Edge PoE Switch integrates PoE, surveillance capabilities, and data backup management to simplify these requirements and increase the transmission and backup efficiency of surveillance videos."
The QGD-3014-16PT is compliant with the IEEE 802.3at PoE+ standard and features sixteen 30-watt Gigabit PoE ports, providing the ability to supply up to 140 watts total power to PoE bullet cameras, fisheye cameras, 4K PTZ cameras and Speed Dome cameras with the ONVIF standard - or high-power devices such as IP phones, LED lights, and digital signage. An additional two Gigabit SFP/RJ45 combo ports and two 2.5GbE host management ports serve as uplink ports to core networks, data centers, or dedicated bandwidth for virtualization applications. With its flexible and secure management interfaces (QSS switch or QuNetSwitch), administrators can easily centrally manage powered devices with Layer 2 management features and the Intelligent PoE management functions (including scheduling, power supply prioritization, and power enabling/disabling).

Supporting QVR Pro surveillance applications, HBS 3 remote backup and QuWAN SD-WAN, the QGD-3014-16PT provides users with a cost-optimized all-in-one smart surveillance infrastructure solution. QVR Pro can set up a dedicated, independent storage space for surveillance data on the QGD-3014-16PT and leverage the advantages of scalable storage (including four SATA drive bays and flexible storage expansion). Administrators can easily manage cameras, allocate storage space, play recordings, failover, and monitor live camera feeds remotely. HBS 3 consolidates backup, restoration and synchronization functions (via RTRR, Rsync, FTP, CIFS/SMB protocol) for administrators to easily transfer data from one QGD-3014-16PT to another QGD-3014-16PT, QNAP NAS, remote server, or cloud storage. The QGD-3014-16PT and other QNAP NAS, QGD switches now support QuWAN (QNAP's SD-WAN solution) which provides full mesh IPsec VPN topology between multi-site QNAP devices to fulfill enterprise surveillance video, system transmission and backup needs.
The intelligent QGD-3014-16PT combines the functions of a PoE switch, NVR, NAS and router, and provides HDMI 2.0 output for direct playback of live feeds up to 4K (3840x2160) 60Hz. By consolidating multi-device functionality into a near-silent and stylish form factor, the QGD-3014-16PT satisfies requirements and simplifies the deployment of smart surveillance solutions.

Main specifications
Intel Celeron J4125 quad-core processor, 8 GB DDR4 RAM, 4x 3.5 inch SATA 6 Gb/s drive bays, 2x M.2 SATA slots; 16x RJ45 Gigabit 802.3at 30-watt PoE ports, 2x Gigabit RJ45/SFP combo ports, 2x 2.5GbE host management ports; 3x USB 3.0 ports, 2x HDMI 2.0

Availability
The QGD-3014-16PT desktop Smart Edge PoE Switch is now available. For more information about the QGD-3014-16PT, please visit www.qnap.com.
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8 Comments on QNAP Launches the QGD-3014-16PT Desktop Smart Edge PoE Switch

#1
zlobby
Miss me with that intel CPU... I would only consider this if it had AMD Ryzen PRO CPU with all the security features it brings.
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jeremyshaw
zlobbyMiss me with that intel CPU... I would only consider this if it had AMD Ryzen PRO CPU with all the security features it brings.
Just got to pay for it. Atoms are still dirt cheap, especially for OEMs.
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#3
Spencer LeBlanc
You can either make a good switch, or a good NAS. But you can't do both..
Too many points of failure..
Its like making a AP embedded with SSD, so you can have wireless hard drive..
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#4
HDBitdata
16x 30 watt ports but a max total of 144 watts? wtf is this ? Might aswell make it a 5 port switch.
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zlobby
jeremyshawJust got to pay for it. Atoms are still dirt cheap, especially for OEMs.
It says Celeron. AFAIK Atoms went obsolete recently.
HDBitdata16x 30 watt ports but a max total of 144 watts? wtf is this ? Might aswell make it a 5 port switch.
Yes. It's not a NAS, It's not a true PoE switch. What is it!?!?!?
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#6
windwhirl
HDBitdata16x 30 watt ports but a max total of 144 watts? wtf is this ? Might aswell make it a 5 port switch.
I imagine the idea is to offer a few PoE ports if you need them, but making it so you can plug the devices in any port, not specifically designated ports, for whatever reason (cable management being the only one that I can think of right now). That aside, I don't think every PoE device uses the full 30 watts offered by each port, so, in theory you could plug all 16 ports as long as each PoE device doesn't go beyond 8 W each.
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#7
jeremyshaw
zlobbyIt says Celeron. AFAIK Atoms went obsolete recently.


Yes. It's not a NAS, It's not a true PoE switch. What is it!?!?!?
Some of them say Pentium, too. Still an Atom. Gemini Lake Refresh, to be exact, of the Goldmont Plus family.
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zlobby
jeremyshawSome of them say Pentium, too. Still an Atom. Gemini Lake Refresh, to be exact, of the Goldmont Plus family.
Holy smokes! Did intel really sink that low? Rebranding the anemic and condemned Atom to Celeron? That's why I don't touch intel, well that and many other things.
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