There is a lot of hype about the TVS-x63 series. Some of the hype is justified and some not so much. I don't think users will buy the system just for the AMD processor unit and very few will purchase the 8-bay model we tested today for the enhanced video for the Radeon GPU. The TVS-863+ with eight drive bays is a little too large for most home theater installations -- the TVS-463 (4-bay) and TVS-663 (6-bay) fit the home theater replacement a little better. The 8-bay model we tested today is a good fit for business use and offers powerful features at a great price point.
Starting with the primary function, storage. The TVS-863+ uses eight drive bays that support the latest in hard disk drive technology. With HGST's new He8 drives with 8TB density, users can easily store up to 64TB of data. After RAID 6 overhead, that comes out to about 48TB of usable space with dual disk failure redundancy.
Your data shares are no longer limited by wires or proximity. QNAP's cloud service gives your users access to permission-based files from anywhere in the world. The cloud service is one of the standout features for this model as it keeps the files local rather than sharing them to Google or Amazon. You control the content and who has access to it.
Other software add-on packages extend the range of useful business features as well. Virtualization and soon-to-come Docker support open the door for any operating system and feature you may want to add. Many features already exist, though, in the low-overhead QTS operating system via apps, even CPU- hungry databases run on the system.