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Synology UC3200 Review
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Synology UC3200 Review

With prices for most competing active/active IP SAN arrays starting at five figures, Synology’s UC3200 looks astoundingly good value. Overall performance is a mixed bag but the UC3200 receives top marks for its seamless and totally transparent failover services.

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Synology DiskStation DS1621xs+ Review
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Synology DiskStation DS1621xs+ Review

Everything about the DS1621xs+ exudes quality and it’s faster than the Atom-powered DS1618+ - a lot faster. Costing nearly $1,600, it may be comparatively expensive, but you’re getting plenty of hardware for your money including a 10GBase-T port, PCI-E slot, dual NVMe SSD cache slots and a high external expansion ...

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Qnap TS-h886 QuTS hero edition Review
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Qnap TS-h886 QuTS hero edition Review

The TS-h886 is a great choice for businesses that place a high priority on data integrity and recovery. It ZFS-based QuTS takes much of the goodness from the tried and trusted QTS software and augments it with an impressive range of enterprise-class data protection and storage saving features.

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Synology DiskStation DS220j and DS220+ Review
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Synology DiskStation DS220j and DS220+ Review

It’s been a busy year so far for Synology as it has released an extensive range of NAS appliances aimed squarely at home and small office users. Its entry-level 2-bay models receive a welcome update and in this review we compare the DS220j and DS220+ to help you choose the right one. The DS220j targets home users ...

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Qnap TS-1886XU-RP Review
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Qnap TS-1886XU-RP Review

The TS-1886XU-RP delivers a powerful hardware package for the price and its clever internal design makes it a perfect candidate for SSD-accelerated storage services. Its compact chassis offers plenty of expansion potential, Qnap’s QTS software delivers a great range of storage features and it performed exceptionally ...

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Toshiba 16TB MG08ACA16TE Review – World Exclusive

Toshiba 16TB MG08ACA16TE Review – World Exclusive

Toshiba’s MG08ACA16TE is very good value and is a great choice for a wide range of mission-critical enterprise workloads. It delivers excellent performance along with low power consumption and is recommended for businesses that have high capacity, 24/7 operations and reliability as key priorities.

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Qnap TVS-872XT Review
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Qnap TVS-872XT Review

Qnap’s TVS-872XT could be the perfect choice for businesses that want a NAS with every possible connection option. Along with dual Gigabit, this 8-bay desktop box has an embedded 10GBase-T port that supports all five NBase-T speeds and comes with two 40Gbits/sec Thunderbolt 3 ports for those that want super-fast ...

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Fujitsu Server Primergy TX1320 M4 Review
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Fujitsu Server Primergy TX1320 M4 Review

Don’t be deceived by the Server Primergy TX1320 M4 as this pint-sized server is bursting with features and delivers plenty of power for running a wide range of demanding business applications. It’s the perfect first server for small businesses with limited office space, it’s very affordable and its impressive ...

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Synology SA3400 Review
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Synology SA3400 Review

The SA3400 delivers a powerful storage package which returned impressive 10GbE performance results in our lab tests. Add in its high expansion potential and feature-packed DSM software and you have an enterprise-class storage solution at an SME price.

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Seagate 16TB Exos X16 Review

Seagate 16TB Exos X16 Review

Seagate is the first hard drive manufacturer to deliver a complete family of 16TB HDDs covering the entire spectrum of business usage scenarios and have them all available to purchase today.

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Qnap TS-983XU-E2124-8G Review
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Qnap TS-983XU-E2124-8G Review

Big on performance and features, Qnap’s TS-983XU scores over the competition for its innovative design which squeezes 4 LFF HDD and 5 SFF SSD bays into a 1U chassis. As the first Xeon E-equipped NAS appliance to market, it delivers on all counts with Qnap’s QTS software offering a wealth of valuable storage, ...

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