Synology entered the SSD market with its SAT5200 Series SSD models, with prices almost three times those of its competition. Today, out of curiosity, I looked up the technical specifications of the reputed Crucial MX500 disks and I noticed that, they about 2.5 times cheaper than the SAT5200 Synology SSD Series disks, but the Synology … Read more about Synology: SAT5200 SSD vs Crucial MX500 SSD
Finally, on June 12, 2020, Synology released the new E10M20-T1 PCIe card with 10GbE bandwidth and M.2 SSD cache, at the same time. Synology E10M20-T1 helps you boost I/O performance and network bandwidth simultaneously using just one PCIe expansion slot on your Synology NAS. Its strengths are summarized below in 3 points: 10GbE ready: Achieve … Read more about Synology: E10M20-T1 M.2 SSD & 10GbE Combo Adapter Card
With great surprise, on June 12, 2020, Synology presented and officially launched its M.2 NVMe SSD SNV3000 Series worldwide. Synology SNV3000 series NVMe SSD is designed to handle tough caching workloads in a 24/7 multi-user environment. Its durable I/O performance boosts system responsiveness and speeds up handling of frequent access data, providing a streamlined storage … Read more about Synology: M.2 NVMe SSD SNV3000 Series
With great surprise, on June 12, 2020, Synology presented and officially launched its 2.5 “SATA SSD disks worldwide. The new Synology disks are fully compatible with all Synology NAS devices. Synology SAT5200 (Series) SATA SSD offers stable I/O performance while reducing the latency of critical services and applications. It is built to handle mixed and … Read more about Synology: 2.5” SATA SSD SAT5200 Series
No. Synology NAS with DSM 6.2 or above versions no longer supports USB Wi-Fi Adapter, such as wireless, 3G, 4G, or LTE dongles. For better connection stability and performance, you are suggested to use the Ethernet LAN cable to connect your Synology NAS to your switch, router, or hub. The older DSM versions benefited from … Read more about Can I Use Wi-Fi USB Adapter With my Synology NAS?