Taiwan, Taipei, June 17, 2021 - QNAP® Systems, Inc., a leading computing, networking and storage solution innovator, launched its first dual-port 100GbE network expansion card – the QXG-100G2SF-E810. Featuring an Intel® Ethernet Controller E810 and PCIe 4.0, the QXG-100G2SF-E810 provides up to 100Gbps bandwidth for QNAP NAS or Windows®/Linux® devices to attain optimal performance in a wide range of applications and services. It is a perfect match for unleashing the full potential of QNAP’s TS-h2490FU NVMe all-flash storage that can be paired with high-speed switches for high-performance, low-latency data centers.
“The QXG-100G2SF-E810 redefines ultra-high-speed networking with 100Gbps connectivity,” said Stanley Huang, Product Manager of QNAP, adding “Users can also configure network redundancy to achieve network failover via the switch for continuous service and high availability.”
The QXG-100G2SF-E810 is ideal for I/O-intensive and latency-sensitive virtualization and data centers, and boosts network efficiency with the support of iWARP/RDMA and SR-IOV (coming soon). When used in a server or workstation, it supports Windows Server® (2016 or 2019) and Linux platforms (Drivers required).
QNAP’s flagship 24-bay TS-h2490FU NVMe all-flash storage features a PCIe Gen 4 x16 slot that allows the QXG-100G2SF-E810 to fully realize 100Gbps performance, helping to overcome bottlenecks in modern data centers, virtualization, multimedia, and mission-critical backup/restore tasks.
About QNAP Systems, Inc.
QNAP (Quality Network Appliance Provider) is devoted to providing comprehensive solutions in software development, hardware design and in-house manufacturing. Focusing on storage, networking and smart video innovations, QNAP now introduce a revolutionary Cloud NAS solution that joins our cutting-edge subscription-based software and diversified service channel ecosystem. QNAP envisions NAS as being more than simple storage and has created a cloud-based networking infrastructure for users to host and develop artificial intelligence analysis, edge computing and data integration on their QNAP solutions.