The new Synology DS1621+ comes with a powerful CPU, an AMD Ryzen V1500B 4-core 2.2 GHz, with compatible drive types • 6 x 3.5″ or 2.5″ SATA HDD/SSD and 2 x M.2 2280 NVMe SSD, 2 RJ-45 1GbE and optional RJ-45 10GbE. This is a revolution. In this original PDF file released by Synology you … Read more about Synology DS1621+ Release Date and Specs
Did you know Synology provides a friendly and flexible development platform, whether you’re a system integration distributor or an enterprise program developer? With DiskStation’s comprehensive hardware/software integration, you can easily build packages just the way you like. Supported programming languages vary from C, C++, Java, and scripting languages like Perl and Python. Most importantly, with … Read more about Synology: New 3rd Party Dev Tools Ready For DSM 7
Many of you have asked me if the additional NVMe SSD slots can be used as storage. The answer is, you can’t – NVMe SSDs can only be set up as cache in your Synology NAS device. SSD cache can improve the performance of random access by storing frequently accessed data on the SSD cache. … Read more about Synology: Can I Store Data on NVMe SSDs?
Halloween, contraction of All Hallows’ Eve, a holiday observed on October 31st, the evening before All Saints’ (or All Hallows’) Day. The celebration marks the day before the Western Christian feast of All Saints and initiates the season of Allhallowtide, which lasts three days and concludes with All Souls’ Day. Halloween is celebrated on Saturday, … Read more about Synology: Six Scary Halloween Wallpapers
Should you? The answer is No. I’ve seen more and more people excited about using Docker to host a WordPress site on their Synology NAS. My opinion about it? Don’t use Docker or other dubious avenues if you intend to grow that blog. You want to grow your blog? Build on the basic packages that … Read more about Synology: Should I Use Docker to Host a WordPress Blog?