Qsan Technology, Inc. will be opening its technology demo suite located at the company’s headquarters in Neihu District, Taipei, during Computex Taipei 2023 (May 29 – June 2).
The demo suite will showcase the company’s solutions for enterprise storage, featuring major hardware and software updates on its product lines including the XCubeFAS, XCubeSAN, XCubeNXT, and XCubeNAS.
Attendees will have the opportunity to experience the firm‘s latest solutions and witness live demos that showcase future expansions scheduled to roll out in the near future, helping businesses transform their data into powerful outcomes. The company’s storage solutions provide the ultimate storage experience for businesses of all sizes.
Renovated storage management system
Brand XEVO 3 and QSM 4 breaks boundaries by enabling unification and interoperability of XEVO and QSM platforms for replication, establishing the foundation and enhancing performance for all firm’s platforms.
NVMe toward future
The firm’s next-gen NVMe all-flash storage solution is designed with the latest Intel technology and is compatible with XEVO and QSM, delivering performance and efficiency. With data reduction technologies and expansion capabilities, this solution sets a standard in storage innovation.
Cloud native migration with containerization solution
Qsan CSI driver support both iSCSI and FC, making it to provision and manage storage in user cloud native environment. With the company‘s containerization solution, user can focus on its applications and leave the storage management to the manufacturer.
Ongoing improvement of software development
To ensure continuous maintenance of a high-quality standard, the improvement of the firm’s CI/CD DevOps Flow process now cements this process to increase agility, security, productivity, and reduce TCO.
“We are thrilled to be showcasing our latest innovations at Computex 2023,” said Steven Lin, VP, sales and marketing. “Our principle has always been to uncomplicate data services for Qsan customers. This year, we have implemented extensive changes and taken significant strides towards bolstering support for cloud and other diverse infrastructures.”