With the launch of the 2nd Gen Intel Xeon processors, QNAP will present new products that feature dual processors with higher performance and hardware greater security in its own future networking and storage solutions to ensure agile service delivery to the ever demanding data centric workloads. QNAP is supposed to not only empower storage solutions with applications defined computing capacities and services, but additionally innovates network products to optimise high speed IT environment for technology challenged businesses. QNAP VP YT Lee states, The growth of data and requirements from network transformation are currently putting a great deal of enterprises under pressure to find solutions that may continue to perform.
As a leading computing, networking and storage solution innovator, QNAP can also be investing more attempts to develop uCPE solutions, and the integration of the next generation Intel Xeon processors helps upgrade our solutions to another level to handling the most demanding workloads: from multi cloud into intelligent edge and back. The new processors are supposedly designed to support expanding array of existing and emerging data center and network workloads. QNAP is supposedly committed to delivering a brand new content storage solution optimizing your mission essential loading tasks and promotes performance for the CDN, and co work with IEI at supply powerful NFVi for the increasingly intricate network. Both companies will supposedly provide strength way of solving challenges in the data centric era by implementing Intel Xeon Scalable platforms that feature higher functionality and breakthrough memory technology. Both of these solution configurations will be filed for testing as the Intel Select Solutions for the Visual Cloud Delivery Network and NFVI respectively. QNAP carries on to develop more applications defined storage and network solutions to swap single purpose hardware for applications, while Intel solutions provide features and performance to back QNAP goods into the future.