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FreeNAS 11.3-U2 Released With 150 Bug fixes and Updates

FreeNAS 11.3-U2 is now out with 150 bug fixes and updates in this release. We see this more as a bug fix release than one delivering major new features

FreeNAS is Dead Long Live TrueNAS CORE

The FreeNAS brand is being retired and replaced with TrueNAS Core along with a unified software base to speed development

iXsystems FreeNAS Mini E+ Launched and 2nd Gen Mini Retired

The iXsystems FreeNAS Mini E+ brings twice the core count, higher clock speeds, and more memory expansion to the lineup while the older gen is retired

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