Synology DS423+ 4 Bay Desktop NAS Storage Server
About this deal
A RAM-bővítéssel végrehajtott adatokkal kapcsolatos teszteknél az összes memóriafoglalat a támogatott RAM memória maximális kapacitásával van feltöltve. The DS423+ comes with two easily accessible M.2 NVMe slots, which can be used to either enable fast flash caching or create SSD storage volumes without occupying standard drive bays. SSD storage pools are ideal for workloads that require low latency and high random write performance, while SSD cache volumes can significantly boost I/O performance on slower HDD volumes. On-premises storage with cloud integration A Surveillance Station szolgáltatás 2 ingyenes licencet tartalmaz. További kamerák és eszközök csatlakoztatásához további licencek szükségesek.
Unfortunately, we still have very few concrete ideas on many of the details of the DS423 NAS. Alongside the DS423, I have been informed that the Synology DS923+ Expandable and Fully Featured 4-Bay.No details on the hardware have been provided, but these will almost certainly follow in the footsteps of previously released Diskstation 2/4-Bay Devices in this hardware tier, such as the DS418, DS118 and DS218play. Unfortunately, I cannot disclose the source of this information. This is as much information as I can share right now, other than a rather wide release window (see at the bottom of the article), that is about it. Now, I can already hear the complaints in the comments about this, but you are going to have to trust me on this one, as I trust the source and in 6 months all this will play out. Additionally, I received further information on other planned Synology hardware accessories/add-ons that I need to verify in the meantime before I publish. So, let’s discuss what we think the hardware of the DS423 and other Diskstations are likely to be. Respectfully disagree with your ‘gut’ assessment of AMD vs Intel. Right now, AMD chips provide the same performance for lower power consumption. Look at the data. Funny how Eddie sometimes makes faces while listening to Robbie as if to say…nah, he really talks too much and too fast…So can we conclude that given the fact that the value of the 920+ is really close to that of the 923+ Synology has accomplished next to nothing in three years time in terms of hardware? Are they already on the path of saying goodbye to their NAS-boxes to focus solely on future versions of DSM? You are too kind. The move from Intel for the 923+ means it is still borne for me. The 920+ is simply fantastic and great value for money. The 423+ is a bet meh as well. And for more money than the 920+. Fortunately I am not likely in the market for another NAS for a good while. I hope Synology sales reflect this and they realise the consumer market should be given a decent option without having to buy into am enterprise level system.
Re: iTWire - Chinese and Korean phone makers: ROM stands for 'Read Only Memory', stop using this term!Synology SNV3400 series M.2 NVMe SSD drives can be installed through the built-in M.2 slots to enable SSD caching or create SSD storage pools. Drives are sold separately. Both are multi-bay, RAID enabled devices NAS devices that support JBOD, RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 6 and RAID 10 (as well as Synology Hybrid RAID too for their Plus series range), though it is worth highlighting the DS923+ is the only one that supports an expansion and therefore also can support RAID 5, RAID 6, RAID 10 and SHR-2 over an expansion (more on that later)