QNAP TVS-871-i5-8G-US 8-Bay Intel Core i5 3.0GHz Quad Core, 8GB RAM, 4LAN, 10G-ready (TVS-871-i5-8G-US)

March 23, 2017 - Comment

The TVS-871 is a powerful NAS storage solution designed for I/O-intensive tasks, mission-critical business applications and fast-growing data storage needs. Incorporating reliability and security, the TVS-871 delivers high performance with persistent throughput and provides a comprehensive storage solution for SMBs to build a reliable private cloud. Product Features Manage, share, and back up business data

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The TVS-871 is a powerful NAS storage solution designed for I/O-intensive tasks, mission-critical business applications and fast-growing data storage needs. Incorporating reliability and security, the TVS-871 delivers high performance with persistent throughput and provides a comprehensive storage solution for SMBs to build a reliable private cloud.

Product Features

  • Manage, share, and back up business data with Real-time Remote Replication (RTRR)
  • 10GbE-ready, highly-efficient storage solution for 4K video playback, transcoding and on-the-fly editing
  • Use the TVS-871 as a PC with exclusive QvPC Technology
  • Supports VMware , Citrix , and Microsoft Hyper-V and advanced virtualization features
  • Full NAS encryption by volume-based technology
  • Enhanced data security with high-performance AES 256-bit encryption and anti-virus
  • Run multiple Windows/Linux/Android-based virtual machines with the Virtualization Station
  • Intel Core i5-4590S 3.0 GHz Quad Core (Turbo boost to 3.7 GHz), 8GB DDR3 (Max. 12GB), 4 x GbE LAN, 10GbE Ready via optional PCI-E NIC, Virtualization Station, QvPC with 4K display, HDMI out with XBMC, Surveillance Station

Comments

Tetsu Noguchi says:

A lot of power in a little box. As a personal user, I’m really not the right target market for this unit.Unlike the Synology 1812+ (an older Synology that I have), this QNAP is more expensive, has a lot more processing power, and a ton more RAM.Frankly, for home use, this unit is overkill and is more suited to an SMB environment with virtualization features not available on the older Synology 1812. From a power (and price) perspective, this QNAP with i7/16GB outclasses the current Synology 1815+ by a…

CR says:

For a home NAS, I wouldn’t use anything else. For a business NAS, QNAP is worth a look! Great for movies too! What’s not to love about QNAP. Great service and a great product. I am using it for NAS, as a Plex media server, and for virtualization. If you are getting it for the ITunes server capabilities, DON’T. It won’t work as an iTunes server for movies.QNAP continues to upgrade their firmware, so features such as backups, snapshot backups, etc… continue to improve. I liked that I could dedicate a solid state drive to virtualization. The RAID 6 with hot spares is fantastic. It can…

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