QNAP Unleashes 16-bay TS-1677X Ryzen NAS, Up to 8 Cores with Graphics Processing for AI Machine Learning

Tai­pei, Tai­wan, May 17, 2018 – QNAP® Sys­tems, Inc. today released the new enter­pri­se-class TS-1677X Ryzen™ NAS with twel­ve 3.5-inch dri­ve bays, four 2.5-inch dri­ve bays, and dri­ven by the abso­lu­te per­for­mance of an AMD Ryzen 8-core pro­ces­sor, opti­mi­zed sto­ra­ge effi­ci­en­cy with Qtier™ auto-tie­ring, and SSD caching. The AMD Ryzen pro­ces­sor, with Tur­bo Core of up to 3.7 GHz, can great­ly boost vir­tua­li­za­ti­on per­for­mance. The TS-1677X can also per­form as AI-ori­en­ted big data sto­ra­ge when used with a high-end gra­phics card and QNAP’s “ QuAIAI deve­l­oper packa­ge.

The TS-1677X inclu­des models with AMD Ryzen 7 1700 (8-cores/16-threads), AMD Ryzen 5 1600 (6-cores/12-threads) and AMD Ryzen 3 1200 (4-cores/4-threads) that sup­port AES-NI encryp­ti­on acce­le­ra­ti­on and up to 64 GB DDR4 RAM. Every model pro­vi­des two 10GBASE-T RJ45 ports (that sup­port 10G/5G/2.5G/1G/100M speeds) and three PCIe slots for incredi­ble expan­si­on poten­ti­al. Sup­por­ted PCIe devices inclu­de a gra­phics card, 10GbE/40GbE NICs, USB 3.1 expan­si­on cards, and QM2 cards (that add addi­tio­nal M.2 SSDs or 10GbE con­nec­tivi­ty). Incorpo­ra­ting incredi­ble per­for­mance, relia­bi­li­ty and sca­la­bi­li­ty, the TS-1677X pro­vi­des an excep­tio­nal sto­ra­ge solu­ti­on for diver­se busi­ness IT envi­ron­ments.

Facing the boo­m­ing arti­fi­ci­al intel­li­gence, QNAP’s new­ly deve­lo­ped “QuAI” AI deve­l­oper packa­ge can empower the TS-1677X NAS to per­form as an AI/ML/DL solu­ti­on. Data sci­en­tists and deve­l­o­pers can leverage the NAS-based AI plat­form to quick­ly build, train, opti­mi­ze, and deploy machi­ne-learning models. When used with a high-end gra­phics card, the TS-1677X deli­vers incredi­ble com­pu­ting per­for­mance to empower data-inten­si­ve machi­ne learning app­li­ca­ti­ons, pro­vi­ding imme­a­sura­ble bene­fits for explo­ring intel­li­gent ser­vices and the gre­at busi­ness value they can pro­vi­de.

The TS-1677X NAS fea­tures flagship-gra­de hard­ware to deli­ver the 10GbE con­nec­tivi­ty and PCIe expan­da­bi­li­ty requi­red by today’s com­pu­te-inten­si­ve work­pla­ces, and empowers AI-ori­en­ted tasks for grea­ter busi­ness poten­ti­al,” said Jason Hsu, Pro­duct Mana­ger of QNAP, adding “The robust TS-1677X series inclu­des models with hig­her-per­for­mance AMD Ryzen 7, cost-effec­tive AMD Ryzen 5, and bud­get-fri­end­ly AMD Ryzen 3 opti­ons to pro­vi­de orga­ni­za­ti­ons with grea­ter choice to meet their requi­re­ments.”

The mul­ti-threa­ding TS-1677X is capa­ble of simul­ta­neous­ly run­ning mul­ti­ple vir­tu­al machi­nes. It is vir­tua­li­za­ti­on-ready for VMware®, Citrix®, Micro­soft® Hyper-V® and Win­dows Ser­ver® 2016 envi­ron­ments with the sup­port of iSER (iSCSI Over RDMA). It can host vir­tu­al machi­nes and con­tai­ners as an effi­ci­ent all-in-one ser­ver, and sup­port snapshots and vir­tu­al machi­ne back­ups for all-in-one vir­tua­li­za­ti­on manage­ment. The TS-1677X also sup­ports vQTS that enab­les users to run mul­ti­ple vir­tu­al QTS sys­tems on a sin­gle NAS, to pro­vi­de resour­ce segre­ga­ti­on bene­fits, fle­xi­ble app­li­ca­ti­on deploy­ment, and savings on power, cost, and phy­si­cal space.

Com­bi­ning high per­for­mance, sto­ra­ge poten­ti­al, and SSD caching to opti­mi­ze music strea­ming, the TS-1677X ser­ves a per­fect choice for the opti­mum Roon music expe­ri­ence. Users can install the Roon Ser­ver app in the QTS App Cen­ter and easi­ly brow­se and play music with Roon apps on any com­pa­ti­ble device for mul­ti-zone mul­ti­me­dia expe­ri­en­ces.

Run­ning the intel­li­gent QTS ope­ra­ting sys­tem, the TS-1677X series is a com­pre­hen­si­ve sto­ra­ge solu­ti­on for data sto­ra­ge, backup/restoration, sharing and manage­ment. The built-in App Cen­ter inclu­des hund­reds of install-on-demand apps to extend NAS func­tio­na­li­ty: the QRM+ cen­tra­li­zed manage­ment solu­ti­on fea­tures gra­phic topo­lo­gy dia­grams for mana­ging Win­dows®, Linux®, and IPMI devices; Q’center con­so­li­da­tes the manage­ment of mul­ti­ple QNAP NAS; QVPN inte­gra­tes set­tings of VPN ser­ver and VPN cli­ents; QVR Pro pro­vi­des a pro­fes­sio­nal video sur­veil­lan­ce solu­ti­on (8 free chan­nels; expan­d­a­ble to 128 chan­nels); QIoT Sui­te Lite builds a pri­va­te IoT cloud plat­form; and much more.

Key spe­ci­fi­ca­ti­ons

  • TS-1677X-170064G:
    AMD Ryzen™ 7 1700 8 cores 16 threads 3.0 GHz pro­ces­sor (Tur­bo Core 3.7 GHz), 64 GB RAM
  • TS-1677X-170016G:
    AMD Ryzen™ 7 1700 8 cores 16 threads 3.0 GHz pro­ces­sor (Tur­bo Core 3.7 GHz), 16 GB RAM
  • TS-1677X-16008G:
    AMD Ryzen™ 5 1600 6 cores 12 threads 3.2 GHz pro­ces­sor (Tur­bo Core 3.6 GHz), 8 GB RAM
  • TS-1677X-12004G:
    AMD Ryzen™ 3 1200 4 cores 4 threads 3.1 GHz pro­ces­sor (Tur­bo Core 3.4 GHz), 4 GB RAM

16-bay tower NAS; up to 64 GB DDR4 RAM (4x 16 GB DDR4 UDIMM RAM); hot-swapp­a­ble 2.5″/3.5″ SATA 6Gbps hard dri­ves or SSDs; 3x PCle slots (1x PCIe 3.0 x8, 1x PCIe 3.0 x4, 1x PCIe 2.0 x4); 2x 10GBASE-T RJ45 LAN ports, 4x Giga­bit LAN ports; 8x USB 3.0 ports; 2x 3.5 mm dyna­mic micro­pho­ne jacks; 1x 3.5mm line-out jack, 1x built-in speaker; Infra­red recei­ver; 550 watt power sup­ply

Avai­la­bi­li­ty

The new TS-1677X NAS is now avail­ab­le. For more infor­ma­ti­on, and to view the full QNAP NAS lin­eup, plea­se visit www.qnap.com.

 

About QNAP Sys­tems, Inc.

QNAP Sys­tems, Inc., head­quar­te­red in Tai­pei, Tai­wan, pro­vi­des a com­pre­hen­si­ve ran­ge of cut­ting-edge Net­work-atta­ched Sto­ra­ge (NAS) and video sur­veil­lan­ce solu­ti­ons based on the princi­ples of usa­bi­li­ty, high secu­ri­ty, and fle­xi­ble sca­la­bi­li­ty. QNAP offers qua­li­ty NAS pro­ducts for home and busi­ness users, pro­vi­ding solu­ti­ons for sto­ra­ge, backup/snapshot, vir­tua­li­za­ti­on, team­work, mul­ti­me­dia, and more. QNAP envi­si­ons NAS as being more than “simp­le sto­ra­ge”, and has crea­ted many NAS-based inno­va­tions to encou­ra­ge users to host and deve­lop Inter­net of Things, arti­fi­ci­al intel­li­gence, and machi­ne learning solu­ti­ons on their QNAP NAS.