QSAN XCubeSAN XS3200 Series Certified by Veeam

Taipei City, Taiwan – December 7, 2017 - QSAN Technology Inc., a Taiwan-based developer of SAN and NAS devices, recently had its XCubeSAN XS3200 Series certified by Veeam, an IT company headquartered in Baar, Switzerland, that develops backup, disaster recovery, and data management software for virtual, physical, and cloud-based workloads.
 

Veeam Backup & Replicaton, an agentless software, can be installed on a Windows OS and used to backup VMs created by Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware vSphere, both of which are supported to be backed up into the storage repository created from the XCubeSAN XS3200 Series. All backups are image-based and can be retrieved on the fly, allowing users to determine which portion has to be recovered separately while using the QSAN storage array.
 

QSAN XCubeSAN XS3200 Series
 

The QSAN XCubeSAN XS3200 Series provides a smart, secure, scalable, and affordable high-performance SAN for SMB and entry-level enterprise environments. It is an exemplary solution for large-scale surveillance deployments and mission-critical environments.
 

The XCubeSAN XS3200 Family
 

Models in the XCubeSAN XS3200 Series include:
 

  • XS3224D
  • XS3224S
  • XS3216D
  • XS3216S
  • XS3212D
  • XS3212S
  • XS3226D
  • XS3226S

XCubeSAN XS3200 Series Veeam Certification information: https://www.veeam.com/kb2406
XCubeSAN XS3200 Series: https://www.qsan.com/XS3200
 

About QSAN
 

QSAN Technology, leading storage technology designer and manufacturer, was founded in July 2004. Building on our vast experience in the industry, QSAN strives to build enterprise class storage systems that provide outstanding performance, secure data protection and comprehensive data management. QSAN endeavors to provide the industry with high quality data storage systems that are simple, secure, scalable and reliable. For more information, please visit www.QSAN.com

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