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Synology Announces 10GbE NASes

Discussion in 'Synology' started by Julio Urquidi, Apr 14, 2017.

  1. Julio Urquidi

    Julio Urquidi News Editor

    Apr 12, 2016
    Synology’s new 5-bay DS1517+ and 8-bay DS1817+ tower NAS target the SMB and enthusiast market by including a PCIe slot that can be used to hold an optional 10 GbE network card or an SSD adapter (a first for Synology) like the Synology M2D17 M.2 SATA SSD adapter.

    The new NAS products run Synology’s DiskStation Manager 6.1 OS and are powered by an Intel Atom quad-core 2.4 GHz processor. Memory-wise, both NAS are available in dual-channel 2 GB or 8 GB configurations (max 16 GB). Synology also states both NAS products deliver read speeds of 1,179 MB/s and write speeds of 542 MB/s.

    Also, introduced this week is Synology’s DX517 expansion units, that when two expansion units are paired with the new DS1x17+s, can add up to a maximum ten more drive bays to the already existing five or eight drive bay units.

    Available now, the new DS1x17+ NAS include a 3-year limited warrant and have the following pricing:
    • DS1517+ (2GB) - $699.99
    • DS1517+ (8GB) - $799.99
    • DS1817+ (2GB) - $849.99
    • DS1817+ (8GB) - $949.99

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