QNAP introduces the worlds first Thunderbolt 4 NAS

QNAP introduces the world’s first Thunderbolt 4 NAS

QNAP Systems announced the TS-464T4 Network Attached Storage (NAS) product at the same time as the electronics show CES 2022. The novelty has a desktop form factor and is aimed at the consumer market.

Image source: NASCompares

Image source: NASCompares

This solution is the world’s first NAS device to support Thunderbolt 4 (40 Gbps). The equipment includes two corresponding ports through which you can connect various peripheral devices with high data exchange rates.

The memory is based on the Intel Celeron N5105 processor of the Jasper Lake generation. The chip contains four cores without multithreading support with a clock frequency of 2.0-2.9 GHz. The product includes an Intel UHD graphics accelerator. There are two SO-DIMM slots for RAM modules.

The novelty is designed for four 3.5- or 2.5-inch drives with SATA 3.0 interfaces. In addition, two M.2 NVMe PCIe solid state modules can be installed.

The memory is equipped with an HDMI 2.0 interface, with which images in 4K format can be output at 60 frames per second. Real-time transcoding functions have been implemented.

The price and timing of the launch of the TS-464T4 model for sale have not been disclosed.

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