TechTranquil PC Announce the SQA SuperStor Windows Home Server

Tranquil PC Announce the SQA SuperStor Windows Home Server

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Tranquil PC today announced the SQA SuperStor, which is a Windows Home Server capable of being expanded to support 20x 2TB HDDs, so if you want to store 40,000GB if data you can!

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In response to many requests to expand the SQA past the 10x HDD* limit, Tranquil launches the SuperStor.

( * not incl USB ports)

Do you have a large media collection? The SQA SuperStor is possibly the world’s largest non-industrial digital storage appliance when coupled with suitable HDD housings, i.e. the SQA-Ex – servicing up to 40TB (40,000GB) of data capacity !

That’s approx 9000 DVDs or 60,000 CDs (or approx 12,000,000 MP files)

Available to order now, shipping from 12th April 2010.

Special Introductory Offer save £40.00

Check out http://www.tranquilpc-shop.co.uk/acatalog/SQA-SuperStor.html

Features :

2GB Memory (upgradeable)

Dual core D510 Intel CPU

1TB Low Power / Low noise HDD

4x spare HDD slots

Server recovery pack

3x eSATA ports – all supporting Port Multiplier* (i.e. 5x HDDs can be added to each eSATA port)

3 year warranty

*Port multiplier technology allows you to connect a single eSATA cable from the host (SQA SuperStor) to the slave (the SQA-Ex). Each drive inserted into the slave unit can be seen and accessed as if it was locally connected. There is no evidence of reduction of data flow when using this technology. Other port multiplier housing can be used but check that the box supports the Silicon Image Port Multiplier Technology, the SQA-Ex is possibly the best choice, not only does it look similar the SQA-SuperStor, but the HDD bays are all tool-less as they are on the SQA-SuperStor

Specification

Unit dimensions 213 (W) x 221 (D) x 195 (H) – incl feet
Unit construction Enamelled steel (typically >70% recycled materials)
CPU cooling Internal CPU and chipset aluminium heat sink (fan less)
CPU 64 bit ready Intel Atom D510 (2×1.66GHz) Dual Core
Memory 2x DDR2 667/800MHz (2GB fitted, one slot free)
HDD 1 – 5x 3.5″ Western Digital (Green Power) – or user fitted 3.5″ SATA2 HDDs
Colour options Satin Black or High Gloss White
Front panel Power, Mode and Backup switches, multi-coloured status LEDs and 2x USB2.0
Rear panel 12V DC power in / 4x USB2.0 / 10/100/1000 LAN / 3x eSATA (with Port Multiplier). Desk Lock
Weight Base unit (nett) 6Kg (1x HDD fitted)
Packing box 310 (W) x 320 (D) x 290 (H) (external)
Power supply Universal (50/60Hz – 110/240V) External AC/DC with country specific power cord
HDD support 1 – 5x 3.5” HDD supported (SATA2)
Working temp Maximum 44’C ambient
Acoustics ~23dBA (1x HDD)
HDD Cooling Hot swap 8cm Fan, with optimised speed / acoustic control
Mounting options Desk
Power consumption 21W (base unit, with 1x HDD)
Software Windows Home Server PP1, 2 and 3 pre-installed
Media Pack, with Start-up CD, Restore CD, Restore DVD and USB boot key
AVA Media CD ripping engine
iTunes Server
Logitech Server

If you want to know more about the SuperStor and the SQA-Ex, then keep an eye on UWHS this weekend. I can’t say any more right now or the Tranquil heavy mob will be knocking on my door!

Andrew Edneyhttps://moviesgamesandtech.com
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Wow, this is excellent. I'm really impressed with what Tranquil has done over the years with their WHS products.

    Including the SAFE module. OS recovery from USB thumb drives, slave boxes, upgraded mobo's, and software bundles.

    Will the 3 esata be available on the model with the built in DVD reader ?

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