The QSAN XCubeNAS XN8012R would make an excellent NAS for SMBs that need plenty of performance but may need to scale up in the future. The rear flash expansion bays make it a nice choice for tiering and caching without giving up capacity bays from ...
QSAN XCUBENAS XN8008T is certainly one of the most performing and flexible storage systems on the market today. A big advantage offered is the ability to share Thunderbolt 3 ports between Mac and Windows clients, and to use SSDs to further speed up access
The most important advantages for the customers of the All Flash XF2026D matrix have been confirmed by tests carried out by Storage Review.com. The assessment shows that the device ranks highest among competitors in this equipment and price segment.
Unlike most other solutions, the manufacturer implemented support for the ZFS system, which made it possible to offer users several useful features, the most important of which is working with snapshots of the file system. Currently the device is already
In terms of its core capabilities, QSM 3.0 software differs little from other solutions on the market. The administrator can manage volumes, shared resources, users and rights. There are the usual system settings - network, notification, power, etc
Overall the XN5004T offers quite a bit of flexibility and performance in a small NAS. There's only a single SSD slot but QSAN makes the most of it, enabling dedupe, compression and caching, which is a nice inclusion for a 4-bay NAS. Further, the PCIe expa