QNAP Unveil its TVS-675 2.5GbE NAS Featuring a Zhaoxin 8-Core CPU

QNAP has announced the launch of its new 6-bay TVS-675 NAS powered by the x86 Zhaoxin KaiXian KX-U6580 8-core 2.5 GHz processor. Featuring dual-port 2.5 GbE connectivity, dual M.2 SSD slots for cache acceleration, PCIe expansion, multi-cloud backup, 4K HDMI 2.0 output, expandable storage capacity, and install-on-demand apps, the TVS-675 provides modern businesses with a cost-effective 2.5 GbE NAS solution.


The QNAP TVS-675 has 8 GB DDR4 memory (expandable up to 64 GB – 2x 32 GB) and supports AES-NI encryption acceleration. The built-in dual 2.5 GbE RJ45 ports can deliver up to 5 Gbps potential under Port Trunking, satisfying bandwidth-hungry applications such as large file transfers, fast backup/restoration, and multimedia transfer & editing. To attain optimal I/O and reduced latency, users can configure SSD caching by using the two built-in M.2 2280 SSDs slots (supports PCIe NVMe Gen 3 SSDs or SATA 6 Gb/s SSDs, sold separately) without occupying disk drive bays. By utilizing QNAP’s Qtier technology the TVS-675 NAS can benefit from auto-optimized tiered storage to achieve optimal performance while also balancing storage utilization.

The TVS-675 provides two PCIe Gen 3 x4 slots that allow the installation of expansion cards to enhance NAS functionality (such as a 2.5 GbE/5 GbE/10 GbE network card, or a QM2 network/storage card). The HDMI 2.0 output allows for directly displaying NAS multimedia and virtual machines on a monitor or TV. The TVS-675 meets business storage demands for security, file sharing, central management, local/remote/cloud backup, and snapshot protection to facilitate daily tasks with greater productivity. The built-in App Center increases NAS application potential, such as hosting multiple virtual machines and containers, deploying a cloud storage gateway, building a professional video surveillance system, backing up S3 object cold data, and more.

TVS-675 NAS users can switch the operating system from QTS to QuTS hero – QNAP’s ZFS-based NAS operating system that provides end-to-end data integrity, data reduction (inline data deduplication, compression, and compaction), and more features for users that need to prioritize data reliability over performance.

Where Can I Learn More?

At the time of writing, QNAP has not confirmed any specific regional release dates for the TVS-675 2.5GbE NAS nor how much we can expect it to cost. However, if you do want to learn more about this potent storage device, you can check out the official product website via the link here!

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