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IPS Analytics

New super availability server solution launched by Synology

TAIWAN — Synology has announced the launch of its RC18015xs+ and RXD1215sas, high-availability server solution featuring impressive scalability, high performance, and point-in-time data backup for enterprises.

“For today’s businesses, maintaining server up-time is the key to ensuring maximum productivity and minimised costs. The high-availability cluster design of RC18015xs+ and RXD1215sas is the ideal storage solution for enterprises seeking nonstop business continuity, scalability, and comprehensive data protection tools,” said Michael Wang, product manager at Synology.

The RC18015xs+ and RXD1215sas boast the following features:

  • High-availability cluster design: By combining two computing servers and multiple storage units into a single high-availability cluster, RC18015xs+ and RXD1215sas deliver unyielding reliability and data availability. With the active/passive structure, services are automatically switched over to one server if the other unexpectedly goes offline.
  • Massive scalability up to 180 drives/1PB with RXD1215sas: Up to fifteen RXD1215sas can be connected to the dual RC18015xs+ computing nodes, accommodating massive scalability up to 180 drives and maximum raw storage beyond 1PB.
  • Snapshot technology brings point-in-time data recovery: RC18015xs+ brings snapshot technology, allowing businesses to automatically capture point-in-time copies of data as frequently as every 5 minutes without occupying system resources, as well as customize the retention policy to save up to 256 hourly, daily, or weekly recovery points.
  • Next generation storage efficiency: By implementing Btrfs file system, RC18015xs+ brings quota control for shared folders in addition to user accounts, as well as the built-in data integrity check.

Synology is a Taiwan based company that creates network attached storage and IP surveillance solutions. They are currently expanding into the Middle East.

 

 

 

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