Synology. recently unveiled the new RackStation RS2416+/RS2416RP+, a 12-bay network-attached storage solution featuring schedulable snapshots and resilient data integrity, on-the-fly scalability up to 24 drives, as well as reliable performance suited for the modern workplace.
Offers metadata mirroring and checksums
With support for the next-generation Btrfs file system, RS2416+/RS2416RP+ offers metadata mirroring and checksums that guarantee a higher level of data availability and survivability. Snapshots can be automatically captured as frequently as every five minutes, allowing businesses to go back in time and recover previous versions of files and folders. Up to 256 daily, weekly, or monthly snapshots can be retained when equipped with expanded memory.
“Small- and medium-sized enterprises need a storage solution that grows with them, while also ensuring past documents, records, and other important data are protected against human error or unforeseen hardware errors. With advanced data protection and integrity mechanisms, the new RS2416+/RS2416RP+ provides the ideal choice for storing a business’ crucial data,” said Michael Wang, Product Manager at Synology Inc.
Voted as “The Best NAS Device of 2014” by PC Pro readers
RS2416+/RS2416RP+ is equipped with a quad-core CPU, built-in AES-NI hardware encryption engine, 2GB RAM (expandable up to 6GB), and read/write-optimised SSD cache support. In addition to the standard four Ethernet ports with failover and Link Aggregation support, the RS2416RP+ variant includes redundant power supply units in order to maximise service uptime and business continuity.
RS2416+/RS2416RP+ is powered by DiskStation Manager (DSM), the most advanced and intuitive web-based operating system for network-attached storage, which provides a host of applications to bring better productivity at work. Synology was voted by PC Pro readers as “The Best NAS Device of 2014”. According to their survey, more than a quarter of all NAS drives bought by PC Pro readers are made by Synology and 97% of them would buy Synology again.