For cases where you need to build an entire network of IP cameras, Synology offers Surveillance CMS technology, which allows you to manage all your NVRs based on Synology NAS from a single window, dynamically allocate licenses to connected cameras, as well as set up backup video surveillance servers in case of hardware failure and move IP cameras between them.
This SAN storage system has many features that make it worth paying attention to. First of all, this is the RAID 2.0+ technology, thanks to which in our testing, RAID 5 survived a fall of 6 drives! In addition, this is an extended work with snapshots, because each of them can be mounted as a separate LUN, automatic LUN reduction and much more.
With the release of a dual-socket storage system with 24 SSD drives, Synology announced: here is our product on which you can build fast high-availability systems and hyper-converged virtual systems, where storage and server are combined in one device. It is one of the fastest NAS devices to go on sale today. Promised performance - up to 500K IOPS in 4K Random Read, minimum power consumption like two light bulbs, horizontal and vertical scalability, including available expansion components. We tested the new product for speed and cost-effectiveness.
Synology has released a package that turns storage into a host for virtual machines with easy cluster setup, virtual machine snapshot support, and setup in just a few clicks. You can even run the DSM operating system itself in a virtual environment to create multitenant services within your organization.
Samsung has announced the start of deliveries of its 15.6 TB SSDs for the corporate segment. Although these drives will include smaller models, they are still larger and faster than any modern hard drive. The days of hard drives are over, but how these SSDs can change the world of corporate data, we'll look at this article
In this article, we will look at modern technologies that QNAP uses for its top NAS-s. These technologies provide flexibility in configuring LUNs, volumes and folders, creating and administering iSCSI volumes, as well as managing disk shelves and scaling. Simply put, here's a look at how NAS becomes an enterprise storage system.