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Western Digital UltraSMR HDDs now Available with 22TB CMR and 26TB UltraSMR

Building on significant technology innovations cultivated over decades, Western Digital today announced that it is sampling its new industry-leading 22 TB and 26 TB UltraSMR HDDs to select hyperscale cloud customers, further expanding its areal density leadership and delivering customer value by driving TCO lower. Western Digital's HDD technology portfolio and areal density leadership puts it at the center of storage innovation. Leveraging its unique OptiNAND technology, energy-assisted PMR (ePMR), triple-stage actuator (TSA), HelioSeal and now UltraSMR technologies, Western Digital is on a clear path to delivering 30+ TB with ePMR.

"As a longstanding partner of the industry's leading cloud providers, we understand their unique requirements in building next-generation cloud infrastructure and invested in several HDD innovations we developed alongside our areal density technology," said Ashley Gorakhpurwalla, EVP and GM, HDD Business Unit, Western Digital. "Our intent with taking this development strategy was not only to address the capacity demands of the world's largest cloud titans but to deliver on a roadmap that would also support the evolving economics of their data centers for decades to come. With ePMR, OptiNAND and now UltraSMR as the foundation of Western Digital's HDD roadmap, our cloud customers can continue rapidly scaling their business by taking advantage of our innovations to lower their storage TCO."

Openmediavault Releases Version 6, based on Debian 11

For those that are considering, or have built their own NAS and are interested in the various OS options out there, Openmediavault 6—codenamned Shaitan—was officially released last week. The new version is based on Debian 11 and Linux kernel 5.16. The most noticeable new feature is the reworked UI that makes OMV feel somewhat more modern, even if it's no match when it comes to pretty design when compared to the operating systems for Asustor, Synology and QNAP. That said, the new UI brings with it a lot of improvements for those that aren't keen on doing things over the command line. OMV has been overhauled from the ground up, starting with a new installer that makes it easier to install from one USB drive to another.

Other new features include native container support, although for now, it's limited to a few select containers that appear as if they were regular plugins. Many of the new features have implemented various OMV Extras plugins as native features, but for anyone looking to expand on the base features, OMV Extras is still around and kicking and is still something of a must-have install. This is especially true if your OS drive is an SSD or USB drive, as the Flashmemory plugin is still an optional extra which no sensible person would want to do without. With the release of OVM 6, OVM 5 has been depreciated and will no longer be getting updates, so if you're using an older version of OMV, you might want to consider updating to the latest version.

QNAP Announces 18-bay TS-h1886XU-RP R2 NAS

QNAP Systems, Inc., a leading computing, networking, and storage solution innovator, today launched new enterprise-grade rackmount NAS model, the TS-h1886XU-RP R2 NAS which runs on QuTS hero, a ZFS-based file system. Powered by Intel Xeon D-1622 processor and 32 GB DDR4 Error Correcting Code (ECC) memory, the TS-h1886XU-RP R2 delivers reliable server-grade performance to help enterprises tackle modern business IT challenges, including high-speed centralized file storage, virtualization, backup, disaster recovery, and cloud storage gateways.

"The TS-h1886XU-RP R2 provides enterprises with a high-performance cost-effective 10GbE NAS. Compared to its predecessor, it has four 2.5GbE ports, making file transfer and information sharing more efficient. The TS-h1886XU-RP R2 is fully equipped to support virtualization applications, remote backup and disaster recovery, cloud storage gateways, and security management to maximize the efficiency and value of enterprise IT," said Jerry Deng, product manager of QNAP.

QNAP Introduces TS-435XeU Short Depth Rackmount NAS

QNAP Systems, Inc., a leading computing, networking and storage solution innovator, today launched the new TS-435XeU 4-bay NAS that uses a Marvell OCTEON TX2 CN9131 quad-core 2.2 GHz processor. With a compact 1U short depth chassis, the TS-435XeU can be easily installed in small media cabinets or places with a lot of cabling. As an entry-level rackmount NAS that balances cost and performance, the TS-435XeU includes dual 10GbE and dual 2.5GbE ports, two M.2 PCIe Gen 3 NVMe SSD slots, storage scalability, and highly-anticipated business and media features.

"The short-depth TS-435XeU NAS satisfies business demands for high performance and efficient space utilization," said Jason Hsu, Product Manager of QNAP, adding "With high-speed 2.5GbE, 10GbE, and M.2 NVMe SSD slots, the TS-435XeU delivers a premium experience compared with other NAS in the same price range and provides an all-round reliable NAS solution for quality IT efficiency and data storage."

TerraMaster Introduces F2-423 and F4-423 High-Performance NAS

TerraMaster, a professional brand that specializes in providing innovative storage products for home, businesses and enterprises, introduces the F2-423 2-Bay NAS and F4-423 4-Bay NAS. The F2-423 and F4-423 high-performance NAS products are designed for small- and medium-sized businesses. Both deliver exceptional performance with its faster quad-core processor and larger memory support compared to the previous generation F2-422 and F4-422 NAS.

The TerraMaster F2-423 and F4-423 NAS devices are equipped with an Intel Celeron N5105/N5095 quad-core processor with a maximum burst frequency of 2.90 GHz. Both are equipped with 4 GB DDR4 SODIMM memory, expandable up to 32 GB memory (2x 16 GB). The F2-423 and F4-423 supports 20 TB HDDs, supporting up to 40 TB (2x 20 TB) and 80 TB (4x 20 TB) of maximum internal raw storage capacity respectively. Both NAS units also comes with two M.2 NVMe PCIe 3.0 slots that support NVMe SSDs for SSD caching or for M.2 Wi-Fi modules.

Seagate and Phison Partner to Develop New Enterprise SSDs

Seagate Technology Holdings plc, a world leader in mass-data storage infrastructure solutions, and Phison Electronics Corp., a global leader in NAND flash controller and storage solutions, announced today plans to expand their SSD portfolio of next-gen high-performance, high-density enterprise NVMe SSDs. The new SSDs will help enterprises lower total cost ownership (TCO) through increased storage density, lower power consumption, and higher performance. The companies also announced that they have entered a long-term partnership that will strengthen the development cycle and distribution of enterprise-class SSDs.

Seagate and Phison have collaborated on Seagate's mainstream SATA SSD products since 2017. That close cooperation has continued through the company's performance-leading line of FireCuda consumer gaming NVMe PCIe Gen4 x4 SSDs and the world's first purpose-built NAS NVMe SSDs. The partnership will now focus on meeting the evolving global enterprise demand for higher density, faster, and smarter storage infrastructure needs that complement HDD storage to enable comprehensive enterprise applications such as hyperscale data center, high-performance computing and AI.

QNAP Announces 2-Bay HS-264 Silent NAS with Intel Celeron N5105

QNAP, today introduced the 2-bay HS-264 Silent NAS powered by an Intel Celeron N5105 quad-core processor. Featuring dual-port 2.5 GbE networking, dual 4K HDMI output, 4K media streaming/transcoding, and install-on-demand apps, the HS-264 pairs NAS functionality with a multimedia-focused experience. The HS-264 supports two 2.5-inch/3.5-inch SATA 6 Gbps hard drives or SSDs and has 8 GB memory (not expandable). With two 2.5 Gigabit (2.5G/1G/100M) ports, the HS-264 has huge bandwidth potential for high-speed backup, sharing and streaming - supporting up to 5 Gbps under port trunking. Two HDMI output and two USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A ports allow connecting to multiple audio/video devices or expansion units, while Intel AES-NI hardware-accelerated encryption ensures the confidentiality of files and data without impacting system performance.

"The new HS-264 continues the lineage of QNAP's unique silent and fanless NAS series, which combines the strengths of a traditional NAS with a modern set-top box design" said Stanley Huang, Product Manager of QNAP, adding "With network streaming and dual HDMI output, multimedia can be enjoyed throughout the house on various devices in 4K quality. An assortment of rich apps for multimedia, backup and storage are also available, making the HS-264 an incredible choice for home users."

QNAP Launches the TS-233 NAS with in-built NPU

QNAP Systems, Inc., a leading computing, networking, and storage solution innovator, today launched the 2-bay TS-233 NAS suitable for home/office environments. With a sleek design and quiet fan, the TS-233 provides a cost-effective centralized storage, backup, file sharing, and multimedia solution that features rich NAS applications for greater productivity and boundless entertainment.

The TS-233 features an ARM Cortex A55 quad-core processor with integrated 2 GB memory. It can be used with 3.5-inch SATA 6 Gb/s SSDs and supports AES-NI encryption acceleration, providing a secure, high-speed backup/restore, file access and sharing experience. With a built-in NPU (Neural network Processing Unit) processor, the TS-233 also boosts QNAP AI Core (the AI-powered engine for image recognition) performance for high-speed face and object recognition.

TerraMaster Introduces T12-423 Compact 12-Bay NAS with Intel "Jasper Lake"

TerraMaster, a professional brand that specializes in providing innovative storage products for home, businesses and enterprises, introduces the T12-423 12-bay professional compact NAS. Designed for small-sized and medium-sized businesses, the T12-423 comes equipped with a more powerful and efficient Intel Celeron quad-core processor for high-speed transmission and virtualization applications.

The TerraMaster T12-423 has 12 bays that support 3.5" HDDs and 2.5" SSD/HDDs, up to 240 TB of internal raw storage capacity. It has two M.2 slots for NVMe SSDs for SSD caching. This TNAS comes with 8 GB DDR4 SODIMM memory, upgradeable up to 32 GB (2x 16 GB) with its two SODIMM slots. It is also equipped with two 2.5GbE NICs with Link Aggregation support.

QNAP Releases Quad-port SATA 6 Gbps Expansion Card

QNAP Systems, Inc. today launched the new QXP-1600eS-A1164 quad-port external SATA expansion card. Designed for QNAP TL series SATA JBOD, the QXP-1600eS-A1164 is compatible with QNAP NAS, Windows /Ubuntu PCs and servers with a PCIe port. Each SATA lane directly connects to a single SATA drive to deliver excellent transfer performance.

"The new QXP-1600eS-A1164 SATA expansion card doesn't need any drivers and provides a more convenient solution than its previous generation. It can be used with a QNAP TL SATA JBOD for expanding the capacity of NAS or PCs to provide future-proof scalability." said Candice Chiang, Product Manager of QNAP. The QXP-1600eS-A1164 can be used with QNAP SATA JBOD (supported from QTS 4.5.4 or QuTS hero h4.5.4), including setting RAID parameters and creating a storage pool using the Storage and Snapshots app. When the QXP-1600eS-A1164 is installed in a Windows or Ubuntu device, the QNAP JBOD Manager desktop utility can be used to quickly obtain and view information about the JBOD status, health, fan speed, and check for firmware updates.

QNAP Launches TS-x64eU Short Depth Rackmount 2.5 GbE NAS

QNAP, today introduced the new short depth rackmount NAS - the TS-x64eU. There are three models available: the 4-bay TS-464eU, the 8-bay TS-864eU and the 8-bay with redundant power TS-864eU-RP. All the TS-x64eU models are powered by an Intel Celeron N5095/5105 quad-core processor with dual 2.5 GbE ports, two USB 3.2 Gen 2 10 Gbps ports and 4K HDMI output for multimedia and virtual machine display. The TS-x64eU series provides a complete backup/recovery solution (local, offsite and cloud) and a cloud storage gateway alongside expandable storage capacity and feature-rich apps.

The TS-x64eU is powered by an Intel Celeron N5095/5105 quad-core processor (burst up to 2.9 GHz), with Intel AES-NI encryption engine and 4 GB DDR4 memory (upgradable to 16 GB dual channel). With two 2.5 GbE ports, the TS-x64eU can achieve speeds of up to 5 Gbps with Port Trunking. The TS-464eU has two M.2 PCIe NVMe slots for installing NVMe SSD for caching and Qtier auto-tiering technology or Edge TPU for optimized AI performance. The TS-864eU and TS-864eU-RP have a PCIe Gen3 x2 slot for installing a QM2 card or 2.5 GbE / 5 GbE / 10 GbE network card for expanding application potential.

Marvell Introduces Industry's First 800G Multimode Electro-Optics Platform for Cloud Data Centers

Marvell (NASDAQ: MRVL) today announced the industry's first 800 Gbps or 8x 100 Gbps multimode platform solution, that enables data center infrastructure to achieve dramatically higher speeds for short-reach optical modules and Active Optical Cable (AOC) applications. As artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and high-performance computing (HPC) applications continue to drive greater bandwidth requirements, cloud-optimized solutions are needed that can bring lower power, latency and cost to short-range data center interconnections. The new 800G platform, which includes Marvell's PAM4 DSP with a multimode transimpedance amplifier (TIA) and Driver, enables faster data center speeds scaling to 800 Gbps, using conventional cost-effective vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) technology while accelerating time-to-market with plug-and-play deployment.

Today's data centers are packed with equipment utilizing optical modules or AOCs connected by multimode optical fiber optimized for communication over short distances within data centers. This 100G per lane multimode fiber provides cost-effective, low-power, short-reach connectivity. To support multi-gigabit transmissions, multimode architectures often use VCSEL transmitters, which offer the cost benefits of reliability, power efficiency and easy deployment.

QNAP Introduces Quad-Core TS-x64U Rackmount NAS with Dual-port 2.5 GbE

QNAP Systems, Inc., a leading computing, networking, and storage solution innovator, today launched the TS-x64U NAS (including 4 and 12-bay models). Supporting PCIe Gen 3 expandability, 2.5 GbE connectivity and 4K HDMI output, the TS-x64U enables not only installing a QM2 card for M.2 SSD caching or Edge TPU for AI image recognition, but also convenient virtual machine display and smooth multimedia streaming.

The TS-x64U is powered by an Intel Celeron N5105/ N5095 quad-core 4-thread processor (burst up to 2.9 GHz) with Intel AES-NI encryption engine and 4 GB DDR4 memory (upgradable to 16 GB dual channel). The TS-x64U has a PCIe Gen 3 slot allowing installing a 10GbE network card, a QM2 card for NVMe SSD caching or Qtier, or a Coral M.2 Accelerator for AI image recognition. The TS-x64U has two 2.5 GbE ports, two USB 2.0 (480 Mbps) and two USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10 Gbps) ports that provide faster data transfer and backup. The TS-x64U's storage capacity can be expanded by connecting TL and TR storage expansion enclosures.

Asustor NAS Products Hit by Deadbolt Ransomware Attack - Unplug Them Now

If you've deployed an Asustor-made NAS (Network Attached Storage) to access your treasure trove of files across the wires of the Internet, you should disconnect it it from the Internet as soon as possible. A number of Asustor users have taken to Reddit and the company's forums, claiming their Asustor-bound files have been claimed and encrypted by a ransomware attack through a Deadbolt payload. This is the same ransomware that wreaked havoc with QNAP's NAS devices a while back.

The attack infects the user's NAS and proceeds to encrypt its contents, leaving each user with a message pointing towards a unique Bitcoin address. The offer: receive the decryption key in exchange for 0.03 Bitcoin (~$1,102, ~€976) - the same value asked at the time of the QNAP attack. Interestingly, Asustor doesn't seem to have received the same offer the perpetrators put forward to QNAP: 5 Bitcoin (~$183,906, ~€162,267) in return for information for the exploit data (€162,799) - or a universal decryption key for all affected users for 50 Bitcoin (~$1,8 million). That last bit there serves to put pressure on the company to pay up for the affected users, which could themselves pressure the company to take the deal.

QNAP Launches Dual-CPU TDS-h2489FU: 24-bay U.2 NVMe PCIe Gen 4 All-flash ZFS NAS

QNAP, today released the flagship dual-CPU, NVMe all-flash storage TDS-h2489FU. Powered by Intel Xeon Silver 4300 processors (16 or 32 Cores) and featuring twenty-four U.2 NVMe Gen 4 x4 SSD bays, the TDS-h2489FU provides over 1 million iSCSI 4K random read IOPS with ultra-low latency. Besides exceptional hardware and connectivity (including two 25 GbE SFP28 ports, four 2.5 GbE RJ45 LAN ports, two PCIe Gen 4 slots, and 1200 W redundant power supplies) the TDS-h2489FU uses the ZFS-based QuTS hero operating system that provides powerful data reduction and SSD optimization tools, maximizing all-flash investments for HPC, virtualization, file servers, and 4K/8K multimedia applications.

"The all-flash TDS-h2489FU drives high I/O performance and low latency with server-grade Xeon processors and U.2 NVMe Gen 4 x4 storage", said Jason Hsu, Product Manager of QNAP, adding "capable of empowering mission-critical, latency-sensitive workloads out-of-the-box, with flexible PCIe Gen 4 expansion, the TDS-h2489FU can be further configured to meet extended mix-use applications and data transfer needs."

QNAP Extends Security Updates for EOL Products

QNAP Systems, Inc., today announced that it has extended the end date of Technical Support and Security Updates for some End of Life (EOL) models, helping users to defend against evolving security threats and allowing users to have more time to implement device upgrades. EOL models may lack computational capabilities, be short on operational memory, be unable to receive up-to-date component drivers, or possess other technical constraints or deprecated technology.

Due to these reasons, QNAP normally maintains security updates for 4 years after a product passes its EOL date. As a special effort to help users protect their devices from today's security threats, QNAP has extended security updates for some EOL models till October 2022. The support for EOL models will be limited to high or critical security updates until the end of Technical Support and Security Updates date. For users to protect data from security threats growing along with the technology, QNAP recommends that users do not connect the EOL device to the internet.

AMD Completes Acquisition of Xilinx

AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) today announced the completion of its acquisition of Xilinx in an all-stock transaction. The acquisition, originally announced on October 27, 2020, creates the industry's high-performance and adaptive computing leader with significantly expanded scale and the strongest portfolio of leadership computing, graphics and adaptive SoC products. AMD expects the acquisition to be accretive to non-GAAP margins, non-GAAP EPS and free cash flow generation in the first year.

"The acquisition of Xilinx brings together a highly complementary set of products, customers and markets combined with differentiated IP and world-class talent to create the industry's high-performance and adaptive computing leader," said AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su. "Xilinx offers industry-leading FPGAs, adaptive SoCs, AI engines and software expertise that enable AMD to offer the strongest portfolio of high-performance and adaptive computing solutions in the industry and capture a larger share of the approximately $135 billion market opportunity we see across cloud, edge and intelligent devices."

TerraMaster Introduces 9-Bay T9-423 High-Performance NAS

TerraMaster, a professional brand that specializes in providing innovative storage products for home, businesses and enterprises, introduces the all-new T9-423 9-bay high-performance NAS designed for small- and medium-sized businesses. The TerraMaster T9-423 is ideal for enterprise applications such as file storage servers, mail servers, web servers, FTP servers, virtual machine hosts, and other enterprise-level applications.

The TerraMaster T9-423 is powered by a quad-core 2.00 GHz (2.90 GHz boost) Intel Core processor and comes with two 2.5 GbE ports with support for Link Aggregation, delivering speeds of up to 283 MB/s. It supports multi-user and high-concurrent file access. Its compact chassis can be mounted vertically and horizontally to provide builders flexibility of use.

Google Cloud Chooses 3rd Gen AMD EPYC Processors to Power New Compute Focused Instance

AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) today announced that AMD EPYC processors will power the new C2D virtual machine offering from Google Cloud, bringing customers strong performance and compute power for high-performance (HPC) memory-bound workloads in areas like electronic design automation (EDA) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD). This announcement continues the momentum for AMD EPYC processors, marking the third family of instances powered by 3rd Gen EPYC processors at Google Cloud, joining the T2D and N2D instances.

With the help of AMD EPYC processors and its high core density, the C2D VMs will provide the largest VM sizes within compute optimized family at Google Cloud. As well, because of the EPYC processor's performance for compute focused workloads, Google Cloud showcased the C2D VMs can provide up to 30 percent better performance for targeted workloads compared to previous generation EPYC based VMs at a comparable size.

AMD Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2021 Financial Results

AMD (NASDAQ:AMD) today announced revenue for the fourth quarter of 2021 of $4.8 billion, operating income of $1.2 billion, net income of $974 million and diluted earnings per share of $0.80. On a non-GAAP basis, operating income was $1.3 billion, net income was $1.1 billion and diluted earnings per share was $0.92. For full year 2021, the company reported revenue of $16.4 billion, operating income of $3.6 billion, net income of $3.2 billion and diluted earnings per share of $2.57. On a non-GAAP basis, operating income was $4.1 billion, net income was $3.4 billion and diluted earnings per share was $2.79.

"2021 was an outstanding year for AMD with record annual revenue and profitability," said AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su. "Each of our businesses performed extremely well, with data center revenue doubling year-over-year driven by growing adoption of AMD EPYC processors across cloud and enterprise customers. We expect another year of significant growth in 2022 as we ramp our current portfolio and launch our next generation of PC, gaming and data center products."

SilverStone Unveils CS351 Micro-ATX Case Builds Intersecting NAS+Gaming Use-cases

SilverStone today unveiled the CS351, a unique Micro-ATX case that lets you build a gaming or creation PC with hot-swappable storage, or a DIY NAS. This case is significantly larger than typical 5-bay NAS you find in the market, but that's because it packs room for a fully-fledged Micro-ATX setup, including room for a high-end triple-slot graphics card up to 36.8 cm in length. For creators, this means room for a top-grade Quadro RTX or Radeon PRO graphics card; for gamers it means room for any air-cooled RTX 3090 or RX 6900 XT.

The most striking feature has to be the five 3.5-inch hot-swappable lockable caddies, each with SATA 6 Gbps backplanes (optionally SAS 12 Gbps). The cage is ventilated from the inside with an 80 mm fan, and uses a 4-pin Molex input for power. Each of the 5 bays has an individual SATA 6 Gbps connection to your motherboard. Internal bays include one 2.5-inch mount, or the ability to mount up to seven 2.5-inch drives by eating into the room meant for graphics cards. Active ventilation includes three 40 mm rear exhausts, two 80 mm top exhausts, and an internal 80 mm conveyor for the 5-bay drive cage. Measuring 265 mm (W) x 209 mm (H) x 411 mm (D), the case weighs about 5 kg. The company didn't reveal pricing.

QNAP and ULINK Release DA Drive Analyzer, AI-powered Drive Failure Prediction Tool for NAS

QNAP, partnered with ULINK Technology, to launch the DA Drive Analyzer. By leveraging cloud-based AI, this drive failure prediction tool allows users to take proactive steps to protect against server downtime and data loss by replacing drives before they fail. The DA Drive Analyzer leverages statistics generated from ULINK's cloud AI portal. Driven by historical usage data of millions of drives provided by users just like yourself, the DA Drive Analyzer's drive health prediction applies machine learning to track historical behaviors and is able to find drive failure events that won't be flagged by traditional diagnostics tools that rely on S.M.A.R.T. thresholds. Its user interface is also much more friendly and intuitive, allowing you to make plans to replace drives based on clearly defined drive information.

"Artificial Intelligence is a new technology that has tackled many real-life problems. By applying this technology to disk failure prediction, ULINK can actively and continuously monitor drives, detect problems, predict failures, and notify end users with our unique cloud-based data processing system. We are fortunate to have worked with QNAP to create this service, and we believe that many will benefit from it," said Joseph Chen, CEO of ULINK Technology.

Toshiba Unveils New 18 TB MN09 Series NAS Hard Disk Drives

Toshiba announces the MN09, a massive capacity 18 TB addition to its NAS HDD line-up. High growth in data creation is driving demand for higher storage capacities, and work-from-home customers need fast access to data and the ability to archive and share data in private cloud environments. The 18 TB MN09 delivers greater storage capacity and power efficiency to meet the growing needs of storage customers.

MN09 is a 9-disk helium-sealed conventional magnetic recording (CMR) drive that leverages Toshiba's new innovative Flux Control Microwave-Assisted Magnetic Recording (FC-MAMR ) technology. FC-MAMR advances CMR capacity to 18 TB and delivers increased density per platter over previous designs. The MN09 is the 3rd generation to use Toshiba's pioneering 9-disk helium-sealed mechanical design.

TerraMaster Announces F5-221 Business NAS For Growing Businesses

TerraMaster, a professional brand that specializes in providing innovative storage products for home, businesses and enterprises, presents the F5-221 Business NAS, a 5-bay storage designed to meet the needs of growing small- and medium-sized businesses. It is perfect for many commercial storage applications including mail server, website server, FTP server, archive storage server, MySQL database, CRM, virtual machine server, and so much more.

The TerraMaster F5-221 is equipped with a powerful 2.00 GHz (2.50 GHz boost) Intel dual-core processor with expandable memory supporting up to 6 GB. Designed for professional use, the F5-221 comes with excellent security with AES hardware encryption support. It also supports 4K HD video transcoding making it an ideal multimedia storage.

QNAP Officially Releases the ZFS-based QuTS hero h5.0 NAS Software

QNAP Systems, Inc. (QNAP) today officially released the QuTS hero h5.0 operating system, the latest version of the ZFS-based NAS operating system. Including an upgraded Linux Kernel (5.10), improved security, WireGuard VPN support, snapshot instant clone, and free exFAT support, QNAP's QuTS hero NAS provides exceptional solutions for data storage/backup, virtualization, or time-sensitive collaborative media editing.

"Data security is a top priority for QNAP, and we have implemented a major system kernel update for QuTS hero to enhance NAS security and reliability," said Sam Lin, Product Manager of QNAP, adding "In QuTS hero h5.0, we have also optimized the overall performance to meet larger and complex business workloads."
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