by Lyle Smith

QSAN Adds 3 New Solutions To Its XCubeNAS XN5000 Series

QSAN has announced the launch of three new additions to the XCubeNAS XN5000 Series: the XCubeNAS XN5008T, XN5008R and XN5012R. The company indicates that these new rackmount and tower servers are designed to offer businesses fast data-processing speeds as well as the flexibility to scale data storage capacity as businesses grow.

All new solutions in the XCubeNAS XN5000 Series are powered by an Intel Celeron 2.9 Dual-Core Processor and feature an expansion slot for a 10GbE/40GbE, Thunderbolt 3.0 or SAS adapter card. The XN5008T features 8GB DDR4 memory in the standard (which is scalable up to 32GB) and up to 82TB in maximum raw capacity. The XN5008R and XN5012R can scale to a healthy 64GB of DDR4 RAM.

In addition, XCubeNAS XN5000 Series NAS units run on QSM the company’s easy-to-use, yet powerful, in-house OS. QSM is highlighted by its file sharing, data backup, and security to features, and runs on ZOL (ZFS on Linux), an enterprise-grade transactional file system that uses the concept of storage pools to manage physical storage space. 

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