The developer of high performance, Synology, NAS (Network Attached Storage) products has announced the launch of the new DiskStation DS713 +, a server 2-Bay high-performance that provides businesses with a solid and scalable foundation for a resilient growth in the future.

Synology He has presented DiskStation DS713 +, a two-Bay NAS server that offers a high performance data management solution for SMEs. According to Darren Lin, product manager of Synology, "when the amount of data growing exponentially, companies are struggling to keep up with the changing needs of the storage. The DS713 + addresses the challenge allowing users a quick expansion of capacity up to 28 TB with Synology expansion units".

The DS713 + surpasses its predecessor with best performance for a dual-core processor 2.13 GHz. bass a RAID 1 configuration in a Windows environment with link aggregation, offers an average speed of reading and writing 202,3 MB/sec and 135,84 MB/sec respectively. In addition, the DS713 + is optimized for streaming of high quality video surveillance, and supports up to 20 channels of simultaneous high-definition IP camera recording.

The DS713 + is equipped with two USB 3.0 ports that offer a rate 10 times faster than USB 2.0 file transfer. To ensure a high availability of the files of the companies, the DS713 + offers a front-mounted disc interchangeable with Gigabit Ethernet ports for protection failover that reduces vulnerabilities arising from inactivity unexpected service.

An extensive support iSCSI, DS713 + can integrate perfectly with the majority of virtualization, including VMware solutions 5 VAAI vSphere, Citrix XenServer and Microsoft Hyper-v Windows Server 2012 In addition, fits easily into enterprise environments with LDAP and Windows AD, ACL stands. The DS713 + DiskStation Manager 4.1 (DSM 4.1), the operating system of each DiskStation and Synology RackStation works.


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By • 8 Nov, 2012
• Section: Security