[habr] Using Compatible Components in QSAN Storage Solutions
It’s wiser to just choose a storage vendor that has no such restrictions. QSAN is just such a vendor, letting users decide for themselves which components to use and where to buy them.
QSAN Release SANOS Firmware 1.4.4 to Support 25Gb iSCSI Host Card
Taipei City, Taiwan – May 13, 2020– QSAN Technology, Inc. (QSAN) a leading storage technology designer and manufacturer, release SANOS firmware 1.4.4 for XCubeSAN series, supporting the new host card RHCE25P2 containing 2 x 25GbE (SFP28) ports to meet a variety of application needs.
The 2-port 25GbE (SFP28) host card, the next-generation Ethernet protocol, provides a total of 50GbE ideal bandwidth with the advantage of less cabling. It is suitable for data canter, virtualization, backup, or large-scale surveillance applications.
Backup -Disaster could happen during the backup time. Higher bandwidth can finish a backup within a shorter period of time. so your data will not be in risk.
Large-scale surveillance -the quality of the image received and the number of camera and recording devices determine the storage performance you need, 25GbE provides enough bandwidth to make sure all images are recorded.
Media editing -Media editing requires high-performance network environments and storage solutions. You need super fast network bandwidth to meet 4k, 8k and higher resolution production requirement. Virtualization - With more virtual desktops, a storage requires higher network throughput to deliver the best user experience for all VDI users.
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