Synology Announces New DiskStation DS1618+
Synology announced the DiskStation DS1618+, a new 6-bay NAS designed for tech enthusiasts and small to medium-sized businesses. The DS1618+ can handle up to six 12TB drives, giving it a total capacity of 72TB and up to 60TB of storage when using a RAID 5 configuration.
The DS1618+ is equipped with a quad-core Intel Atom C3538 CPU and 4GB DDR4 non-ECC SODIMM (expandable by up to 32GB) RAM. As with other NAS models in the DS+ range, the DS1618+ is compatible with the DX517 expansion unit that allows users to add capacity and extra bays just by plugging it in. The new model can connect with two of these 5-bay units to take the total number of drive slots to 16 and the total capacity to 192TB, providing fast-growing companies a data storage solution that scales with their business.
With Synology's M2D17 PCIe adapter card, DS1618+ can house dual M.2 SATA SSD, taking advantage of the SSD cache to boost maximum throughput and reduce the I/O latency. Users can also install a network interface card in the PCIe slot with up to two 10GbE ports for a maximum throughput of 1,551 Mbps reading and 586 Mbps writing. DS1618+ runs on DiskStation Manager, the advanced and intuitive operating system for Synology NAS devices, with quality applications offered to enhance data security and work efficiency.
According to Synology, DS1618+ is the perfect all-in-one solution for file serving, application hosting, data backup, and real-time collaboration. It will help businesses quickly store and manage their most critical data. But, unfortunately, like all storage devices, this 6-bay NAS may fall victim to logical or physical failures that may result in critical files inaccessibility. In this case, owners of DiskStation DS1618+ will need to contact a reliable data recovery services provider.
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