NAS and SAN
So i was reading this article :
World First: QNAP Launches Thunderbolt NAS TVS-871T, Introducing DAS/NAS/iSCSI SAN Tr
World First: QNAP Launches Thunderbolt NAS TVS-871T, Introducing DAS/NAS/iSCSI SAN Triple Solution for 4K Workflows Taipei, Taiwan, August 24, 2015 – QNAP® Systems, Inc. today announced the world’s first Thunderbolt? 2 Turbo vNAS TVS-871T that features 20Gbps bandwidth, 4K video capable Thunderbo...
Please help. 3 video editing workstations need central NAS/SAN
I've never had experience with NAS or servers so I appreciate any help as this is a world of so many variables!Basically we have 3 heavy premiere pro workstations (multicams editing etc) and looking for better redundancy among better performance.3 workstations editing 1080 50p compressed 5D...
NAS vs SAN (iSCSI) performance hit for clients on a network
Scenario: Web/Video design team. 1x Windows Server 2012 (Dell T110 II so not a beast) 20x PCs (mostly 2D design but 2x are doing 3d animation, 2x are doing TV/Video) 5x Macs (all 2D design) Okay, this may look like a storage question but I think it's a more of a networking one. ...
Infiniband, or SAN systems vs NAS on nMP
I been using Netgear NAS for a few years for external storage and it seems fast enough that all bluray movies uncompressed play perfectly using PowerDVD 13 ultra on desktop pc (windows 8.1, intel ssd ) and MacBook Air 11" using macgo bluray player as all files are iso. What advantage is the...
SAN + SAS help
Hello, I'm not exactly new to computers, am however new to SAN's. What I truly was looking for I guess is probably a NAS however I came across a 32TB SAN for a killer price and bought it, now have to figure out what I need to purchase in order for it to be used. I bought an 3U 16 bay S1...