Synology’s DS115 offers the full gamut of the vendor’s software-based features at an affordable price.
DiskStation Manager 5.2 beta brings several new features that make what is one of the best operating systems available for NAS units even better.
Thecus is known for its performance oriented NAS devices, but the N2560 leaves us wanting more.
The DiskStation DS115 is ideal for users looking for an affordable NAS.
The 50T and 51T are aimed at high-end users looking for a unified storage solution.
QNAP’s new SSDs allow users to do more.
Synology strengthens its portfolio with new 5-bay and 8-bay NAS units geared at SMBs.
Synology’s DSM receives an update that increases focus on security.
With ability to stream 4K content and support for up to 24 TB storage, the AS7004T is a future proof NAS.
With the ability to accommodate eleven hard drives in total, the PC-Q26 is ideal for enthusiast users looking to build a custom NAS.
Synology’s four-bay NAS units are very well-received by SOHO users, and today the hardware vendor is launching its more powerful NAS thus far in the DiskStation DS415+. The DS415+ retains a similar style as other four-bay solutions Synology has offered over the course of the last year, but it is under the hood where you’ll find most of the changes. The DiskStation DS415+ comes with a 2.4 GHz quad-core Intel Atom CPU, which is a noticeable step up from the DS412+, which offered a 2.1 GHz dual-core Atom CPU. It is great to see Synology move away from the Armada line of CPUs from Marvell