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QNAP logoQNAP and ZyXEL have buddied-up on a couple of specially-priced 10 GbE NAS bundles.

The first "Performance Pack" bundle mates ZyXEL's 24-port XGS1910-24 10G web-smart switch and QNAP's 8-bay TS-870U-RP for under $3,000.

The "Premium Pack" kit has ZyXEL's XGS1910-48 48-port 10G switch and QNAP's 12-bay TS-1270U-RP for under $4,000.

QNAP TS-870U-RP NAS and ZyXEL XGS1910-24 10G switch

QNAP TS-870U-RP NAS and ZyXEL XGS1910-24 10G switch

The XGS1900 series include 24 and 48 port 10G Web smart switches (XGS1910-24/48). The XGS1910-24 (48) switch comes with 2 (4) enhanced small form-factor SFP+ ports for 10G uplinks and / or stacking.

Both NASes are powered by a 2.4 GHz dual-core Intel processor mated with 4 GB of DDR3 RAM that is expandable to 16 GB.

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