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Configure Your Own Jellyfish Fryer All-Flash NAS

We show some of the behind-the-scenes on how we made the Jellyfish Fryer and setup a FreeNAS box that was pushing over 40GbE speeds

FreeNAS Mini XL Plus Review 8-bays and 10GbE

Our FreeNAS Mini XL+ review shows how this 8x 3.5" + 2x 2.5" NAS performs and how it is uniquely adapted to run FreeNAS at the edge and remotely managed

New FreeNAS Mini E and FreeNAS Mini XL Plus Launched

The new FreeNAS Mini E and FreeNAS Mini XL+ bring the Intel Atom C3000 to the iXsystems line of desktop NAS units featuring the popular OS

iXsystems TrueCommand Released at V1.0

iXsystems TrueCommand released at V1.0. TrueCommand offers a single pane of glass to manage multiple FreeNAS and TrueNAS appliances

iXsystems Announces TrueCommand Multi-FreeNAS and TrueNAS Management

iXsystems announced the beta of TrueCommand. TrueCommand brings multi-system management to FreeNAS and TrueNAS platforms from a single pane of glass
FreeNAS 11.2 Release Dashboard

FreeNAS 11.2-Release Available with Updated UI and Backend Updates

The new FreeNAS 11.2-Release is available with a number of UI updates as well as some back-end features to enhance virtualization and cloud sync

iXsystems TrueNAS M-Series Launched

If you are looking for a lower-cost commercial ZFS appliance that can handle over 10PB of raw storage (more if compressed), check out the new iXsystems TrueNAS M-Series with features like NVDIMM write cache and 100GbE
FreeNAS 11.1 UI

FreeNAS 11.1 Brings Better Hardware Support and Docker

FreeNAS 11.1 brings incremental features including better hardware support. More importantly, it brings back preliminary Docker support

Testing the Gigabyte MA10-ST0 with pfSense 2.4-Release and FreeNAS 11.0-U4

We testing the Gigabyte MA10-ST0 with pfSense 2.4-Release, FreeNAS 11.0-U4, and Linux distributions such as Ubuntu and CentOS for compatibility

FreeNAS 11 Released – Feature complete new GUI expected for 11.1

The newest FreeNAS 11 release brings bhyve virtualization, jails, object storage and a new beta UI to the popular NAS platform