Summary: Synology's DS423+ is a reliable, feature-rich storage solution for home offices and small businesses, offering a maximum storage capacity of 72 terabytes, two M.2 NVMe slots, Synology Drive, Synology Hybrid Share, Active Backup Suite, and Synology Surveillance Station.
- 21% faster photo indexing speed compared to its predecessor
- Maximum storage capacity of 72 terabytes
- Two easily accessible M.2 NVMe slots
Synology, a leading provider of All-in-One Storage solutions for home offices and small businesses, has recently announced the release of their latest product, the 4-bay Synology DiskStation DS423+. This compact desktop storage solution is powered by the versatile Synology DiskStation Manager (DSM) operating system and offers a range of comprehensive features for protecting and managing business data.
Anya Lin, the product manager at Synology, highlights the exceptional value that the DS423+ brings to users with limited storage requirements. It boasts a 21% faster photo indexing speed compared to its predecessor, along with other performance improvements. Additionally, it continues to offer the robust features that customers have come to rely on, such as performance and flexibility.
The DS423+ is designed for home offices and small businesses, offering a maximum storage capacity of 72 terabytes. It is an ideal solution for teams of professionals looking to centralize their storage or serve as an edge node in distributed deployments. The DSM on the DS423+ utilizes the advanced Btrfs file system, which safeguards data against corruption and allows users to quickly reverse any unintended or malicious changes through snapshot technology.
One of the standout features of the DS423+ is its two easily accessible M.2 NVMe slots. These slots can be used to enable fast flash caching or create SSD storage volumes without occupying standard drive bays. SSD storage pools are perfect for workloads that require low latency and high random write performance, while SSD cache volumes significantly boost I/O performance on slower HDD volumes.
In terms of file management and sharing, the DS423+ offers Synology Drive, which combines cross-platform file access with the privacy of on-premises storage. For teams working remotely or businesses operating across multiple locations, site-to-site file syncing is available to mirror content between Synology devices. The DS423+ also provides hybrid cloud capabilities through Synology Hybrid Share, allowing users to store cold data in the cloud while keeping frequently accessed files cached on the local device for LAN-speed access.
Data protection is a top priority, and the DS423+ serves as a central backup hub with multi-tier data protection. Synology’s Active Backup Suite enables the safe backup of IT infrastructure, including Windows and Linux systems, Hyper-V/VMware VMs, and Microsoft 365/Google Workspace accounts. Backups and point-in-time snapshots can also be created and sent off-site to another server or cloud service for increased redundancy.
Furthermore, the DS423+ doubles as a compact surveillance server with Synology Surveillance Station, a powerful video management system (VMS) that protects over 500,000 sites worldwide. With support for ONVIF and over 8,300 validated IP cameras, users can choose devices that best suit their needs. Surveillance Station simplifies camera setup and management, allowing users to monitor up to 40 cameras on the DS423+ with a modern and configurable interface. It also offers features like encryption, backup, and archiving of recordings, as well as simultaneous recording to the cloud using the optional C2 Surveillance.
The Synology DS423+ is available now through Synology partners and resellers worldwide at an MSRP of $499.99. It is a reliable and feature-rich storage solution that meets the needs of home offices and small businesses. For more detailed information about the DS423+, please visit the product page on Synology’s website.
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HDD: A Hard Disk Drive (HDD) is a classic data storage device that utilizes spinning disks, or platters, coated with a magnetic material to store and retrieve data. An actuator arm with read/write heads accesses data by moving over the spinning platters. HDDs offer large storage capacities at a comparatively lower cost per gigabyte, making them suitable for applications where massive data storage is required, such as servers and desktop computers. However, HDDs are slower in terms of read and write speeds compared to SSDs due to the mechanical nature of their operation. They are more susceptible to physical shocks and are less energy-efficient due to the need to constantly spin the platters.
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