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17/01/2020

Synology launches SA3600 storage system

Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire

Powered by an Intel Xeon 12-core processor, the SA3600 is scalable up to 180 drives.

Synology Inc. has announced the availability of the SA3600 storage system, the latest device in the SA family of high-performance and versatile, petabyte-capable network attached storage servers.

Built to tackle both existing and future data storage requirements, SA3600 provides businesses with access to faster and larger on-premises storage in a cost-effective package.

"In response to the rising demand for on-premises data storage, we built the SA series to help businesses reach petabyte-scale storage," said Michael Wang, Product Manager at Synology Inc. "SA3600 provides massive storage and high performance to meet the ever-growing compute requirements and to facilitate IT transformation for large-scale businesses."

Powered by an Intel Xeon 12-core processor, the SA3600 is scalable up to 180 drives. SA3600 provides petabyte-scale storage capacity, suitable for massive surveillance deployments, video post-production, and other business environments. Support of both 2.5" and 3.5" SAS/SATA drives increases flexibility and prevents vendor lock-in, minimising total cost of ownership.

Some of the key features include a performance of over 5,500 MB/s sequential throughput and 176,000 4K random write IOPS1 and scalability up to 1,536 Tb storage capacity with 7 expansion units; 10GbE built-in: 2 x 10GbE and 4 x 1GbE Ethernet ports; PCIe 3.0 expansion: 2 x PCIe slots for additional network interface card support; and the system is virtualisation-ready as it is already certified for Vmware Vsphere, Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix Xenserver, and Openstack Cinder.

It is designed to be easy to deploy by IT departments and greatly simplifies operations with comprehensive tools designed for businesses to safeguard their data.


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