QNAP Announces High Capacity TS-1655 Hybrid 2.5GbE Storage With Intel Octa-Core Processor, Ideal For Backup & Enterprise Virtualization


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QNAP® Systems, Inc., a leading innovator of computing, networking and storage solutions, introduced the TS-1655 high-capacity 2.5GbE NAS, which can support twelve 3.5-inch hard drives and four 2.5-inch solid-state drives. The TS-1655 is designed with a hybrid storage architecture that balances performance and cost and integrates eight-core computing power, high-speed 2.5GbE, and PCIe expansion to improve business efficiency for file sharing, collaboration, backup or restore and virtualization between computers.

“The TS-1655 strikes a cost-performance balance with hybrid HDD/SSD storage design and supports RAID 50/60, giving large-capacity NAS users greater data protection and optimal storage space utilization.” said Andy Chuang , product manager at QNAP. “In addition, its SSD-centric design includes integrated PCIe M.2 NVMe slots and dedicated 2.5-inch SSD bays to support performance-demanding business applications and enable storage tiering to maximize cost effectiveness.”

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The TS-1655 uses a 2.8GHz octa-core Intel® Atom® C5125 processor, which supports Intel® QuickAssist Technology (QAT), and comes with four DDR4 UDIMM slots (8GB pre-installed), which can be upgraded to 128 GB to support larger workloads. Error-correcting code memory also provides server-grade performance and reliability for robust enterprise IT environments. The TS-1655 offers excellent sequential read and write speeds of 3,499 and 2,465 MB/s thanks to the dual-port 25GbE network card.

The TS-1655 provides two 2.5GbE RJ45 network ports (2.5G, 1G, and 100M ), which support port trunking for load balancing and fault tolerance, helping organizations in applications that They require bandwidth. It can work with QNAP’s 2.5GbE and 10GbE unmanaged or managed switches  to establish scalable, secure, and high-speed office network environments without breaking the budget. The TS-1655 supports SR-IOV and features three PCIe slots to expand NAS capabilities with various expansion cards, including 5, 10, and 25GbE network cards, QM2 cards to add M.2 SSDs, or network ports  . 2.5 GbE and 10 GbE, Fiber Channel cards to create SAN storage and storage expansion cards to connect QNAP storage expansion enclosures.

The multitasking TS-1655 meets storage demands for central management and security, and ensures data protection with snapshots to guard against the impact of blackmail programs. Other features include: virtual machine  and container hosting, simplification of local, remote or cloud backup  tasks , easy backup of VMware® and Hyper-V virtual machines , implementation of a security gateway cloud storage, creating S3-compatible object storage  on the NAS, and much more.

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