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01/10/2020

Synology raises the bar for data storage and management

Milton Keynes, Bedfordshire

New Synology DS1621xs+ for high performance data storage and management

Synology Inc. has launched its Diskstation DS1621xs+, offering redefined performance expectations in a compact tower form-factor. Pairing a quad-core Xeon processor together with ECC memory and onboard 10GbE, the DS1621xs+ aims to raise the bar for high-performance data storage and management.

The DS1621xs+ shares a powerful Xeon processor found in some of the company's data centre bound devices, but now in an 11.5L chassis. Over 3.1 GB/s seq. read and 1.8 GB/s seq. write performance means you can tackle larger data sets and handle more users, even quicker than before.  Synology also paired it with ECC memory for maximum dependability. Together with Btrfs and our comprehensive data backup options, data is effectively protected.

Six internal 3.5" bays enable up to 96 Tb of raw storage capacity. When more capacity is needed this can be increased up to 256 Tb, on-demand, by adding on two additional DX517 expansion units for a total of 16 drives. The DS1621xs+ also includes two M.2 2280 slots for fast NVMe cache making storage go over 20X faster without sacrificing any bays.

With 10GbE built-in, users can finish content creation projects, big backup tasks, and anything else that needs fast file transfers quicker. They can slot in an additional 10GbE card to speed up and tackle high-resolution network rendering projects or provide even faster transfer performance for multiple virtual machines.

According to Synology data management should not be difficult. The Synology DSM simplifies difficult and cumbersome processes while still giving ample control over decisions that matter. Users can create their own on-premises cloud with Synology Drive and protect data located on PCs, virtual machines, SaaS, and more with Synology Active Backup suite.


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