QSAN Announces the Partnership with GTM Teknoloji, Turkey
The XCubeNAS is a lineup of high performance, advanced data protection NASes. Built on ZFS, XCubeNAS series introduces data protection features previously only seen in enterprise storage: RAID Z3, SED, WORM. NVMe expansion bays, 10Gb, Thunderbolt™ 3, and even 16Gb FC connectivity are all available. XCubeNAS is available in rack and tower models.
The XCubeSAN is a recognized leader in performance among block-level storage arrays. Offers fully redundant design built on dual-active controllers, dual PSUs, cash to flash modules, built-in replication and thin provisioning, supports 10GbE iSCSI and 16Gb FC connectivity. XCubeSAN series scales to over 600 Bays.
“With the cooperation of GTM Technology and QSAN, we have added another solution to our business partners in the field of "Server and Storage", which is important on a global scale and potential references QSAN success signing in with GTM Technology.” - Metin Saraç, General Manager of GTM Technology
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[habr] SSD state monitoring in QSAN arrays
....a properly configured monitoring will allow the administrator to predict the aging of the SSD in advance in accordance with the actual current loads, and the company's management to calculate the TCO (total cost of ownership) indicators.
QSAN XCubeFAS 2026D Reviewed by IT PRO in the UK
Taipei City, Taiwan – May 14, 2019 - QSAN Technology, Inc. (QSAN), an enterprise data storage manufacturer, proudly to announce that XCubeFAS 2000 rackmount series has been tested by the famous reviewer – IT PRO, in the UK.
XF2026D is QSAN first native all-flash array, and the XF2026D management system, XEVO, is an HTML5 web interface, which QSAN built from the ground up specifically for AFA applications.
IT PRO uses two servers connected to the Slot 1 modules over quad-port 64Gbits/sec FC MPIO links, and see XF2026D deliver an impressive performance.
To get a baseline, IOmeter runs on one server which reported 49Gbits/sec and 37.2Gbits/sec for sequential read and writes rates and 49.1Gbits/sec and 47.3Gbits/sec for random operations.
Changing pattern to 4KB blocks, general throughput is excellent with IOmeter reporting a cumulative 691,500 and 429,500 IOPS for sequential reads and writes while swapping to random operations saw these settle at 686,700 and 301,000 IOPS. Latency is impressively low as all IOmeter record lower than 0.5ms.
The reviewer praises XEVO, the intuitive user interface, and its design "Deployment in the lab was swift. QSAN's XFinder app discovered the array and provided direct access to the XEVO web interface. Even a quick glance at XEVO impresses as its interface.”
"We are excited to receive the recognition for our XF2026D, highlighting its performance and intuitive interface," said product manager at QSAN. "Our major focus is to design storage with no compromise for customers, and our latest all-flash array fully correlates with the strategy."
For full product review, please visit here.
Try our XF2026D on the Demo site.
QSAN Technology, a leading storage technology designer and manufacturer, was founded in July 2004. Building on our vast experience in the industry, QSAN strives to build enterprise-class storage systems that provide outstanding performance, secure data protection, and comprehensive data management. QSAN endeavors to provide the industry with high-quality data storage systems that are simple, secure, scalable and reliable. For more information, please visit www.QSAN.com.
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