QNAP: Introducing New ZFS NAS TVS-hx74 Series

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QNAP introduces the TVS-hx74 ZFS NAS with multi-threaded 12th Generation Intel Core processors for virtualization applications. Includes PCIe Gen 4 expandability for 10/25GbE connectivity and M.2 NVMe SSD caching

QNAP Systems, Inc., (read more about the company here) is an innovator and leader in computing, networking and storage solutions. Today, it introduced the new high-performance QuTS hero TVS-hx74 NAS series. Including the four-bay TVS-h474, 6-bay TVS-h674 and 8-bay TVS-h874. All models integrate 12th generation multi-core/multi-threaded Intel Core processors. The TVS-hx74 runs the ZFS-based QuTS hero operating system which ensures data integrity as well as supports internal block-level data deduplication and compression, nearly unlimited snapshots, and real-time SnapSync. Featuring PCIe Gen 4 expandability (transmission speeds up to two times faster than Gen 3), M.2 NVMe SSD caching, and 2.5GbE connectivity, the TVS-hx74. It’s the answer to growing business challenges in terms of archiving, backup, virtualization and application servers.

QNAP: Introducing New ZFS NAS TVS-hx74 Series

Statements regarding QNAP’s new TVS-hx74 ZFS NAS series

QNAP’s TVS-hx74 is an entry-level ZFS NAS ideal for SMBs,

ha dichiarato Meiji ChangGeneral Manager of QNAP, who adds:

Multi-core processors and versatile expandability meet the multi-tasking demands of enterprise IT environments as well as providing abundant computing resources for virtualization applications.

Jason ZillerGeneral Manager, Client Connectivity Division alla Intel Corporation, ha dichiarato:

We are thrilled to see that QNAP has implemented Intel’s advanced solution in the latest NAS series. The 12th generation multi-core/multi-threaded Intel Core processors will deliver excellent computing performance for acceleration of SMB virtualization applications and graphics performance,


The TVS-hx74 adopts 12th generation Intel Core and Pentium Gold CPUs and supports up to 128GB dual-channel DDR4 memory. It also has two 2.5GbE ports that offer faster speeds using Port Trunking. With M.2 PCIe 2280 slots, the TVS-hx74 allows you to use PCIe NVMe SSDs to improve IOPS performance when configuring SSD caching. High-speed PCIe Gen 4 slots are included to extend the core features of the NAS, such as adding 10/25GbE network adapters, QM2 cards to add M.2 SSDs, and 2.5GbE/10GbE ports. Plus basic graphics cards to enable GPU passthrough for virtual machines, and storage expansion cards to connect QNAP expansion enclosures. The HDMI output allows users to directly view multimedia content or VM content stored or running on the TVS-hx74.

QNAP: Introducing New ZFS NAS TVS-hx74 Series

QuTS hero operating system based on ZFS

The TVS-hx74 uses the ZFS-based QuTS hero operating system. Designed specifically for data integrity, the ZFS file system offers self-healing as well as being WORM (Write Once, Read Many Times) compliant. It also supports inline block-level data compression and deduplication technology for optimal storage utilization, faster data transfer, and longer SSD life. It also supports up to 65,536 snapshots to record the entire system status and data. The included App Center offers several install-on-demand applications to further expand the application potential of the TVS-hx74. Such as hosting virtual machines and containers (supports LXD, Docker and Kata Containers), simplify VMware/Hyper-V VM backup, simplify local/remote/cloud backups, simplify Google Workspace and Microsoft 365 backup , and so on.

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