Synology launched the new 8-bay desktop NAS solution, DiskStation DS1819+ that incorporates the advanced technologies of Intel’s new generation Atom processor, providing superior performance with great expandability.
“This is a compact NAS with an expandable design that can be an ideal investment for small to medium-sized businesses, especially when capable of hosting versatile applications.” said Kevin Meng, product manager of Synology Inc. “As an updated 8-bay desktop NAS in the Plus family, DS1819+ provides a performance increase of over 57% in sequential reading compared to its predecessor, making it more than capable of being just a file server or backup target to satisfy various business requirements with its all-inclusive built-in applications.”
The device is powered by Intel C3538 quad-core, 2.1 GHz processor and has 4GB DDR4 pre-installed memory, which can be upgraded up to 32GB. The DS1819+ has 216TB raw storage capacity with two expansion units that can deliver sequential throughput at over 2,045 MB/s reading and 656 MB/s writing
The Synology DS1819+ comes with four Gigabit Ethernet ports and one PCIe expansion slot, providing great configuration flexibility and can satisfy your intensive workload demand. It supports 10GbE add-on card to break through the data transmission bandwidth and M.2 SSD adapter card boosts random IOPS with M.2 NVMe/SATA SSD cache. The new NAS solution has built-in four Gigabit Ethernet ports to support failover and Link Aggregation.