QNAP TS-x69 Series Turbo NAS is Citrix Ready for XenServer 6.0
Taipei, Taiwan, May 09, 2012 – QNAP® Systems, Inc. today announced that its SMB level TS-x69 series Turbo NAS had passed Citrix® Ready™ verification for XenServer 6.0, providing users with a high-performance storage solution for server virtualization.
The Citrix XenServer 6.0 has brought forth several enhancements, including easier installation, a simplified upgrade process, enhanced management on the Distributed Virtual Switch, better performance with new SR-IOV technology, more guest OS support, and VM Protection & Recovery.
"At QNAP we continuously develop and improve our products to better fit users' needs and keep pace with the latest Citrix virtualization solutions," said Jérôme Jaussaud, product manager of QNAP. "By expanding compatibility with various virtualization solutions and additional Turbo NAS models, we hope to help users realize greater virtualization environments."
To learn more about the enhancements of Citrix XenServer 6.0, visit http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX130418.
To see the full list of QNAP products that support Citrix XenServer 6.0, visit http://hcl.xensource.com/BrowsableStorageList.aspx.
TS-869 Pro, TS-669 Pro, TS-569 Pro, TS-469 Pro and TS-269 Pro are now Citrix Ready for XenServer 6.0. Learn more about the supported models of the QNAP Turbo NAS lineup at www.qnap.com.
About QNAP Systems, Inc.
QNAP Systems, Inc. is a privately held company founded in 2004 and is dedicated to bringing world class NAS storage, professional NVR video surveillance, and network video players to consumer, small/medium business, and entry level enterprise market segments. QNAP leverages not only hardware design but also a growing core competency in software engineering that is precisely focused on bringing to market products that offer the highest available performance coupled with outstanding reliability, scalability, and ease of installation and use. QNAP is a multi-national company with headquarters in Taipei, Taiwan, and subsidiary offices in China and the United States.