Pure NVMe all-flash arrays (AFAs) are the only way to go for the best storage performance but most blue-chip solutions come with very high price tags. As it moves further into enterprise territory, Qnap aims to rock the boat with an NVMe SSD appliance that delivers a mighty hardware package at a very tempting price.
Stepping up as Qnap’s flagship enterprise-class AFA, the provocatively named TS-h2490FU not only supports up to 24 hot-plug U.2 NVMe SSDs but has AMD EPYC Gen2 power at its heart.
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