NAS

  • News

    Update to new version locks drives of Synology NAS servers

    For more than a year, users of certain models of Synology NAS servers have been able to use them with btrfs. However, a recent update…

  • PC-Hardware

    Synology: Frequently Asked Questions about the new DSM 7

    Probably the longest test of patience for Synology NAS users will soon come to an end. DSM 7 will leave the beta stage in a…

  • News

    Eight-bay NAS – Synology DS1821+

    Synology recently presented its new eight-bay NAS. The DS1821+ is an absolute powerhouse with high capacity. Data Management with Synology The new DS1821+ is made…

  • News

    Synology: Beta launch of DSM 7 takes place

    Earlier this month, Synology announced at the 2021 AND BEYOUND online event that a new version of DSM is coming. With version 7.0 come improvements…

  • News

    Seagate IronWolf: HDDs and SSDs announced specifically for NAS

    The storage experts at Seagate continue to expand their storage media product portfolio. This time, the manufacturer is focusing in particular on network-attached storage solutions…

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    QNAP TS-x31K: New NAS series with four-core processor

    QNAP has introduced three new NAS servers with the TS-x31K series, which are named TS-131K, TS-231K, TS-431K. The new series is aimed at home users,…

  • Consumer Electronics, Gadgets & Accessories

    Synology Disk Station DS420j entry-level NAS review

    Synology Disk Station DS420j is an entry-level NAS first presented at CES 2020 in Las Vegas. As a NAS (Network Attached Storage) with four hard…

  • News

    Synology DiskStation DS420j introduced

    Synology has officially introduced the successor to the DiskStation DS418j. First shown at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the Synology DiskStation DS420j is visually identical…

  • News

    Synology DS120j – Updated 1-Bay NAS with Doubled Memory

    Synology has released an updated version of its DS119j NAS, which is particularly popular with home users. The new Synology DS120j NAS is supposed to…

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