QNAP TL-R1200PES 12-bay SATA JBOD for petabyte-scale expansion The TL-R1200PES-RP TL PCIe interface SATA JBOD storage enclosure allows you to expand the storage capacity of a QuTS hero or QTS NAS by using SATA hard drives. Providing large data capacity and fast transfer speed, the TL-R1200PES-RP is the ideal solution for archiving/backing up virtualization applications, surveillance recordings, large data, and multimedia. Actual number of expansion units may depend on the host NAS. Click here to learn more . Note: • The host QNAP NAS requires QuTS hero h5.1.2 / QTS 5.1.2 (or later) and updating to specific BIOS versions per each model. • Supported maximum pool sizes: 2.0 PB for QuTS hero NAS; 308 TB for QTS NAS. 2.0 PB capacity Expand up to 2.0 PB capacity 1 for QuTS hero NAS, by connecting twelve expansion enclosures (up to 144 hard drives in total). Economy The TL-R1200PES-RP supports SATA hard drives, which are common, budget-friendly, and available with large capacities. Up to 64 Gb/s The TL-R1200PES-RP features PCIe Gen 3 x8, providing up to 64 Gb/s data transfer speed. Note: Actual transfer speeds depend on the host NAS's PCIe slot and the storage units used. Easy setup Just connect your TL-R1200PES-RP to the host NAS to expand NAS capacity. RAID re-building on the host NAS is not required, and setup is finished within a few minutes. Host-based power management The TL-R1200PES-RP power on/off is linked with the host NAS. Redundant power supply Ensures service continuity with stable and reliable power supplies. QNAP enterprise NAS with petabyte-class storage Use QNAP enterprise and all-flash QuTS hero NAS paired with multiple TL-R1200PES-RP JBODs, to obtain both breakthrough performance and massive capacity. The TL-R1200PES-RP supports SATA hard drives, providing greater choice in selecting high-capacity drives. This configuration is ideal for enterprises, science research institutions, and media production companies that require high-capacity storage for backing up or storing virtual machines, containers, and what is produced/generated by their high-performance NAS.