QNAP TS-670 6-bay SMB NAS


Mar 25, 2003
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Mad Shrimps have reviewed the QNAP TS-670 6-bay SMB Network Attached Storage (NAS) - here's what they thought about it:

"The latest TS-670 NAS server from QNAP is the most powerful product we have tested so far, incorporating an Intel Dual Core Celeron G550 at 2.6Ghz, 2GB of DDR3 SODIMM RAM, 4-LAN interfaces but also all the multimedia elements which make it an ideal media player on both directly our TV via the HDMI interface or by serving content throughout the network.

Being this powerful, the server can be also used in enterprise environments thanks to the seamless storage expansion with scale-up solution, SSD caching support, the comprehensive data backup and disaster recovery solutions, military-grade data security, iSCSI/IP-SAN storage with VMware, Citrix and Microsoft Hyper-V virtualization support. We can also create our own private cloud with large storage capacity, but also VPN server, web server or RADIUS server. The system can be used as an advanced surveillance solution when buying additional camera licenses with 24/7 security.

While we have tested the NAS in a home environment while using a single LAN connection and RAID0 SSDs, QNAP have obtained while using a 4-port Link Aggregation setup up to 450MB/s reads and 432MB/s writes, which really makes this product a storage monster. While the NAS comes with a dual-port GbE PCI-E NIC preinstalled, this one can be replaced by the user with an optional 10GbE adapter for delivering lightning-fast data throughput for IOPS-demanding applications..."

Read their full review here


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