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    Synology adds new Rack and Disk Stations


    Synology has been working overtime in 2015! They have been pumping out hardware and software like crazy.


    First up is a Rack Station for business customers.  It's a beauty and you need to take a look at the Synology site for all the details on it.  It's the RS18016xs+.  That's a lot to of numbers and letters but all you have to remember is this.  Scaleable to 1 PetaByte!


    14 Expansion Units, 180 Drive Bays, 1440 TB's.




    With superior performance and hardware specifications, RS18016xs+ provides a reliable, scalable, and easily managed network attached storage solution for enterprises seeking uninterrupted service and comprehensive business applications. RS18016xs+ delivers performance at over 3,900 MB/s throughput and 348,000 IOPS and can seamlessly expand above 1PB of capacity by stacking up to 14 expansion units RX1216sas.






    Have a look at it here.

    Next up are a couple of DiskStations.

    DS715. Is equipped with a quad core CPU, hardware encryption engine, 2 Gigabit LAN ports and 2GB RAM. Scales up to 7 drives with Synology DX513, providing up to 56TB of raw capacity. Supports Synology High Availability (SHA).

    Small business workgroups are looking for a storage solution with high performance, scalability, and optimal value. DS715 features a quad-core processor and 2GB RAM, delivering speedy reading and writing speeds over 216 MB/s and 142 MB/s. As a robust NVR server supporting Surveillance Station, DS715 provides centralized management for hosting and viewing 30 IP cameras (900 FPS @ 720p). The ability to scale up to 7 drives ensures that SMBs are ready for future expansion.

    See more on the DS715 here.

    DS215+. The successor of the DS214+ comes with a brand new dual core processor with a hardware encryption engine, 2 Gigabit LAN ports and 1GB RAM.


    Serving as an all-in-one server, DS215+ is perfect for small and medium businesses to boost productivity. Powered by a dual-core processor, it delivers reading and writing speeds that exceed 209 MB/s and 139 MB/s respectively, while a hardware encryption engine brings fast encrypted data transmission speeds of up to 145 MB/s reading. The dual LAN ports offer Link Aggregation and failover support, ensuring continual network service and the highest uptime.

    See more on the DS215+ here.

    Press Release to follow.

    Synology® Introduces DiskStation DS715 and DS215+

    Blazing speed and unparalleled productivity

    Bellevue, WA—June 18, 2015—Synology America Corp., today launched the new DiskStations DS715 and DS215+. The DS715 is a scalable NAS server equipped with a quad-core processor, while the DS215+ is a dual-core 2-bay NAS server. Designed to provide an all-in-one and compact NAS solution, both servers are equipped with a hardware encryption engine to help SMBs safely store, protect, and share data.

    “Small business workgroups expect a reliable and high performance storage solution for their increasing needs, while minimizing the initial investment. The DS715 and DS215+ provide performance, reliability, and data encryption at a competitive price,” said Chad Chiang, senior product manager at Synology Inc.

    Coming with a 1.4 GHz quad-core processor and 2GB RAM, the DS715 provides speedy data transmission rates over 216 MB/s reading and 142 MB/s writing with Link Aggregation. Encrypted data can be read at up to 205 MB/s, thanks to the hardware encryption engine.

    Powered by a 1.4 GHz dual-core CPU and 1GM RAM, the DS215+ delivers high-speed performance, exceeding 209 MB/s reading and 139 MB/s with Link Aggregation. The hardware encryption engine ensures fast encrypted data transmission speeds of up to 145 MB/s reading.

    The DS715 supports Synology High Availability, providing redundancy in the event of unexpected network failure and ensuring a smooth transition between clustered servers for the highest reliability and resiliency. As a robust NVR server supporting Surveillance Station, DS715 provides centralized management for hosting and viewing 30 IP cameras (900 FPS @ 720p). Designed to grow with businesses, it can scale up to seven drives when paired with one DX513 expansion unit.

    Designed with effortless hard drive installation and a focus on system reliability, the DS215+ comes with tool-less drive bay design, hot-swappable support, and dual Gigabit LAN ports with failover support to ensure continual service. Moreover, it features two USB 3.0 ports for higher data transmission and one eSATA port as an extensive external backup option.

    The DS715 and DS215+ run DiskStation Manager (DSM), the most advanced and intuitive operating system for NAS devices. Featuring a wide range of applications from backup to network management, the DS715 and DS215+ provide all essential business services and can help promote increasing productivity at work. Synology was named "PC Mag Business Choice Award winner" for the second consecutive year, and received the highest rating in every element of the survey, including reliability, value, and likelihood to recommend.

    For more information on DS715, please visit: https://www.synology.com/products/DS715 . For more information on DS215+, please visit: https://www.synology.com/products/215+.



    Synology DiskStation DS715 and DS215+ are now shipping globally.

    Synology at-a-Glance

    Synology creates network attached storage and IP surveillance solutions that transform the way users manage data and conduct surveillance in the cloud era. By taking full advantage of the latest technologies, Synology aims to help users centralize data storage and backup, share files on-the-go, and implement professional surveillance solutions in reliable and affordable ways. Synology is committed to delivering products with forward-thinking features and the best-in-class customer services.

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