Synology Introduces NAS Server for SMBs

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Mar 25, 2010

Synology's new DS410 NAS Server is designed for workgroups and small businesses and is built on Synology's DiskStation Manager firmware, DSM 2.3. As noted in this PC World story, the Synology DS410 Diskstation looks to be faster than its predecessor.

Synology's DS410 DiskStation is a four-bay network-attached storage device for small businesses.

"The DS410 DiskStation holds an impressive 8TB of storage in four hard drive bays. Synology's press release boasts of the DS410's eco-friendly features including a smart fan, hibernation software, and scheduled power on/off.

"Out of the box, the drives can easily be configured to the RAID arrangement that the user desires. Synology's volume management software, called Synology Hybrid RAID (SHR), 'makes it very easy for customers with little knowledge of RAID to grow their storage capacity by adding new disks or upsizing the capacity of disks while automatically optimizing the storage capacity.'"

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