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Seagate IronWolf NAS and NAS Pro 10TB Review

The IronWolfs performed exceedingly well in our 10GbE NAS environment delivering good write speeds along with a high I/O throughput. Teaming these up with their high capacity and reliability make Seagate’s 10TB IronWolf and IronWolf Pro drives the perfect partners for your business NAS appliance.

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Synology DiskStation DS716+ Review

Synology’s DS716+ is the latest to join its burgeoning family of ‘Plus’ performance NAS appliances and offers small businesses a compact 2-bay desktop storage solution. There’s plenty of power under the hood as it’s one of an increasing number of appliances to use Intel’s new ‘Braswell’ quad-core 1.6GHz Celeron ...

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Synology DiskStation DS2015xs Review

The DS2015xs is certainly an unusual storage appliance but is let down by unimpressive IP SAN speeds over MPIO links. However, it’s packed with plenty of storage features, NAS performance is a lot better and it scores highly for value as it delivers integral 10GbE networking at a comparatively low price.

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Synology DiskStation DS3615xs Review

No other vendor can match the DS3615xs for sheer capacity as this is the biggest desktop NAS appliance on the planet. The two design flaws we found knock its scores down slightly but it grabs them back with its huge range of features, massive expansion potential and excellent 10GbE performance.

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Synology DiskStation DS1515+ and DS1815+ Review

The new DS1515+ and DS1815+ benefit hugely from the new Atom CPU as performance for general file sharing operations and encrypted folders is much faster than their predecessors. Both appliances are superb value and the new DSM 5.1 delivers even more features making them excellent choices as central storage solutions ...

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Synology announces new DS115j cloud-centric NAS model

Last week Synology announced their newest NAS model, the DS115j. The DS115j is cited by Synology as being one of their "most economical" NAS models. This is presumably because the unit has only one bay, which is rather light for a NAS. One would think that the same functionality could be accomplished with a Windows ...