Synology Inc. recently launched DiskStation DS1819+, an 8-bay desktop NAS providing outstanding performance with great expandability, ready to grow as your business thrives.
“This is a compact NAS with an expandable design that can be an ideal investment for small to medium-sized businesses, especially when capable of hosting versatile applications.” Said Kevin Meng, product manager of Synology Inc. “As an updated 8-bay desktop NAS in the Plus family, DS1819+ provides a performance increase of over 57% in sequential reading compared to its predecessor, making it more than capable of being just a file server or backup target to satisfy various business requirements with its all-inclusive built-in applications.”
A Scalable Storage Server with Outstanding Performance
DS1819+ incorporates the advanced technologies of Intel’s new generation Atom processor, providing superior performance with great expandability, allowing the seamless expansion and upgrade to satisfy your growing business needs.
Processor: Intel C3538 quad-core, 2.1 GHz
Memory: 4GB DDR4 pre-installed, upgradable up to 32GB
Storage: up to 216TB raw capacity with two expansion units
Performance: delivering sequential throughput at over 2,045 MB/s reading and 656 MB/s writing
Fulfills Intensive Workload with PCIe Expansion
DS1819+ comes with four Gigabit Ethernet ports and one PCIe expansion slot, providing great configuration flexibility and can satisfy your intensive workload demand.
Supports 10GbE add-on card: to break through the data transmission bandwidth.
Supports M.2 SSD adapter card: to boost random IOPS with M.2 NVMe/SATA SSD cache.
Built-in four Gigabit Ethernet ports: support failover and Link Aggregation.
Powered by Synology DiskStation Manager
DS1819+ runs on DiskStation Manager, the advanced and intuitive operating system for Synology NAS devices, with various applications offered to enhance work productivity. Synology has received numerous media accolades, topping the mid-range NAS category in TechTarget’s storage solution survey and winning PC Mag Readers’ Choice eight years in a row.
By Koketso Seloane