For years Qsan has won many proven records in enterprise markets and numerous vertical applications. Now TrioNAS is aimed to offer the enterprise-class and award-winning capabilities for SMB customers at competitive price, allowing smaller organizations to manage IT infrastructure at minimum efforts. Helping users to save more resources, the new TrioNAS is designed to be highly efficient, green and reliable.
TrioNAS bring SMB clients compression, thin provisioning and dedup functions that once belong to enterprise segment only at very high cost. With all the data efficiency features, TrioNAS enables smaller companies to back up data without worrying about redundant data swallowing up storage capacity.
“Qsan always keeps in mind to bring maximized price performance values to users,” said Daniel Lin, sales director at Qsan. “With the new TrioNAS, Qsan is pleased to be able to satisfy the backup storage needs for a wider range of customers.”
In addition, TrioNAS is equipped with 80 Plus Platinum power supplies to enhance energy efficiency. The systems can automatically detect the fan speed, temperature as well as current/voltage inside the PSU to provide optimized settings and status alerts.
Last but not least, TrioNAS adopts ZFS file system that employs copy-on-write transactional semantics to validate data stored under its protection to avoid data inconsistencies. The self-healing architecture enables the system to detect silent data corruption and correct error on the fly.
For more information about TrioNAS, please visit: http://www.qsantechnology.com/
Founded in 2004, Qsan Technology Inc is the specialist providing a complete product line of network storage including iSCSI SAN, Fibre Channel SAN & Unified Storage for worldwide enterprises and small and medium-sized business (SMB). Qsan products deliver the best price-performance value to help budget-constrained customers greatly enhance the efficiency in the working environment.
Headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, Qsan storage expertise specializes in flexible production capability. Qsan has a clear go-to-market strategy that revolves around distribution partners in the European tier-1 markets, the United States and the Greater China Region. Based on the vision of "making data smart," Qsan's technology aims at making business data smart enough to be always available under any unexpected circumstances, efficient enough not to waste any IT investment, and allowing easy retrieval during the whole ILM (information lifecycle management) process. For more information, please visit www.qsantechnology.com