Synology today announced the launch of the 2-bay DiskStation DS223j, its latest system in the entry-level J Series, designed to meet the needs of home office and small teams.
Using Synology's intuitive DiskStation Manager (DSM), the DS223j features a host of options and applications for everyday data storage and management, including file syncing and sharing, backup, and video surveillance.
"The DS223j is an excellent NAS for small environments, be they home offices or even a bit larger," said Michael Wang, Product Manager at Synology Inc. "With the DS223j, customers get energy-efficient hardware coupled with all the data management and protection tools they'll need to effectively manage their files."Add a comment
QNAP Systems, Inc., a leading computing, networking and storage solution innovator, today announced the new TS-855X NAS offering hybrid storage space of six 3.5-inch HDDs and two 2.5-inch SSDs. Featuring an Intel Atom C5125 2.8 GHz 8-core processor with Intel QAT and SR-IOV technology, the TS-855X supports up to 128 GB DDR4 memory and comes with 10GbE/2.5GbE network ports. Storage capacity can be flexibly expanded, and 25GbE network ports are supported by installing a compatible PCIe card. With all-inclusive business backup, virtualization and cybersecurity applications, SMBs can achieve high-performance, high-speed and highly-expandable storage and virtualization environments with the lowest TCO.
“QNAP’s HDD/SSD hybrid-storage NAS series helps SMBs get the right balance of both performance and cost,” said Andy Chuang, Product Manager of QNAP, “the hybrid 8-bay TS-855X with 8-core computing power, hardware acceleration, 10GbE/2.5GbE connectivity and PCIe expandability is the most cost-optimized and up-to-date data storage and backup solution for SMBs.”Add a comment
Synology today announced several new products targeted at home users and small businesses. The 4-bay DiskStation DS423 is the newest addition to the Value Series, designed as a multipurpose storage solution. Additionally, a new line of Plus Series SATA HDDs launched today, specifically designed to meet the reliability, endurance, and performance requirements of Synology’s 24/7 entry-level and mainstream storage systems.1 Finally, coming soon is Synology’s new BeeDrive a personal backup hub designed to make data protection effortless.
BeeDrive, a personal backup hub for work and memories
BeeDrive is a compact pod that automatically backs up and syncs computer files. It also backs up your mobile files wirelessly when BeeDrive is plugged into a computer, providing advanced versioning options that safeguard stored data from accidental mishandling or deletion.
TerraMaster, a professional brand that focuses on providing innovative storage products for homes and businesses, released a new model of U8-450 8-bay short depth rackmount NAS with high-speed dual SFP+ 10GbE ports and dual RJ45 2.5GbE ports providing up to 20Gb transmission bandwidth through Link Aggregation. U8-450 supports up to 176TB storage space, and adopts 2U Rackmount case with a depth of only 384mm (15.1 inches) weighs merely 6.9kgs.
The U8-450 has been specifically developed for users who require high-speed storage, which can meet the stringent demands of 4K video editing, virtualization, databases, and other applications with high storage performance requirements. The space-efficient short depth design makes it easy to install in small media cabinets.Add a comment
Synology today launched the 4-bay DiskStation DS423, its newest addition to the Value Series, designed as a multipurpose storage solution for homes and small businesses.
"As a compact data storage solution, the DS423 comes with everything users need," said Michael Wang, Product Manager at Synology Inc. "From backing up data, and managing files and other media, to setting up a surveillance system to protect physical assets, the DS423 comes with a host of useful features right out of the box."Add a comment
Synology announced today the launch of the SA3610 and SA3410, two highly scalable storage systems that allow organizations to store large data volumes without sacrificing speed and performance. Starting at 12 drive bays each, businesses can scale all the way to 96 drive bays for a total of 1.7 PB of raw storage capacity. Capable performers, the new models make for powerful central backup, surveillance, and file servers.
"With stable, high throughput, and plenty of capacity, the new units are perfect for handling large data volumes, including simultaneous backups, archiving, surveillance recordings, or video serving and storage," said Michael Wang, product manager at Synology Inc. "For these applications it can be difficult to estimate future storage needs, but with the SA Series, businesses can start small and expand whenever their data growth demands it."Add a comment
ASUSTOR Inc. today launched two of its fastest NAS devices ever, the all-NVMe Flashstor 6 and Flashstor 12 Pro. The biggest feature of the Flashstor series NAS is that this is ASUSTOR's first dedicated PCIe 3.0 M.2 NVMe SSD NAS, which brings unmatched performance in a NAS device. The Flashstor 6 has six M.2 slots for NVMe SSDs and dual 2.5GbE for amazing performance while the Flashstor 12 Pro comes with twelve M.2 slots for NVMe SSDs combined with 10GbE for unmatched speed. Both Flashstor models are equipped with Intel's newest generation of 10 nm Quad-Core Intel Celeron N5105 that boosts up to 2.9 GHz. With 4GB of energy-efficient DDR4 -2933 RAM that provides 40% more efficiency and dual USB 3.2 Gen 2x1, the Flashstor ensures that bottlenecks are a thing of the past.
The advantages of the Flashstor include, but are not limited to, are its low weight to be used as portable storage while efficiently cooled and quiet. The Flashstor series is specifically designed M.2 SSDs and the chassis makes it easy to add or remove SSDs by removing the chassis screws. The design of the Flashstor not only makes it look great in any environment, but also contains efficient hardware that ensures it can chew through virtually any storage or editing workload thrown at it while keeping hardware and SSDs cool. For extra cooling, the Flashstor comes with heatsinks to help more powerful SSDs to receive the cooling they need for optimal performance while remaining quiet at as low as 18.7 decibels. This ensures that content creation and consumption is enjoyed without interference.Add a comment
TerraMaster, a professional brand that focuses on providing innovative storage products for homes and businesses, has a new model of 4-bay U4-423 short depth rackmount NAS with dual 2.5GbE interfaces which provides a network bandwidth up to 5 Gb via link aggregation and up to 88TB storage space. TerraMaster U4-423 adopts 1U rackmount case with a depth of only 360mm (14.17 inches) weighs merely 3.2kgs, which is applicable to most 2-column cabinets and wall-mounted small cabinets with simple installation.
TerraMaster U4-423 Key Features
Small in size and easy to deploy, occupying less space and energy
Space-saving: TerraMaster U4-423 has a shorter chassis depth and takes up less rack space than traditional NAS, which is very useful for environments with limited space, such as home basements, small offices, computer rooms, etc.;
Easy to deploy: Due to its small size and weight, TerraMaster U4-423 is easy to deploy and install in smaller racks or cabinets, and it can also be more convenient for maintenance and management, such as media production, security monitoring, etc.;Add a comment
Today, at the NAB 2023 conference, Seagate Technology Holdings plc, a world leader in data storage infrastructure solutions, and QNAP Systems Inc., a leading network attached storage (NAS) vendor, announced their integrated portfolio of edge to cloud enterprise storage solutions. Developed to help small-to-medium sized businesses (SMBs) and content creators manage data from edge to cloud, the portfolio delivers a range of innovative enterprise-scale solutions that include Seagate’s IronWolf™ Pro Hard Drives (HDD), QNAP’s high-capacity NAS solutions with Exos™ E series JBOD systems and Seagate Lyve™ Cloud.
“Businesses that use data at the edge often rely on NAS devices to store their data. As that data capacity increases and requires optimal protection, businesses are faced with the challenge of backing up data off site,” said BS Teh, executive vice president and chief commercial officer at Seagate. “Seagate and QNAP have come together to address this challenge with an entire portfolio of secure mass capacity data solutions to help SMBs address pain points and address the rising costs of data storage and management.”Add a comment
QNAP Systems, Inc., a leading computing, networking, and storage solution innovator, today launched new NVR Network Surveillance Servers – the QVP-85B with eight 3.5-inch SATA drive bays and Intel® Core™ i5 6-core processor, and the QVP-63B with six 3.5-inch SATA drive bays and Intel® Core™ i3 quad-core processor. The QVP-85B and QVP-63B run QVR Pro surveillance software supporting eight free IP camera channels. Offering an economic and high-performance software and hardware integrated video surveillance solution, the QVP-85B and QVP-63B fulfill requirements for secure, reliable and centrally-managed video surveillance storage for small businesses and offices.
“The QVP-85B and QVP-63B provide an easy-to-use UI for convenient surveillance management and is widely compatible with up to 95% of IP cameras on the market,” said Andy Chuang, Product Manager of QNAP, adding “users can also take advantage of flexible licensing plans for expanding video channels and QVR Center for large-scale deployments based on needs.”Add a comment