Despite 3 years having passed since its launch, the Synology RT2600ac router is still to this day one of the best routers around. Without a doubt, the operating system of Synology routers, known as SRM, is the most advanced firmware for routers. Just like DSM for NAS, SRM has an incredible interface design. Synology users … Read more about Synology Router RT2600ac Review
The original Synology RAM memory is beautifully packaged and comes in a plastic shell in a Synology branded box. Installation on your NAS is quite simple, and everyone can install the RAM memory with minimal hardware knowledge. By visiting the Synology website you can get an idea of all the their RAM memories on sale. … Read more about Synology: Original RAM Memory vs Unofficial
If you’re here reading this, then you probably need a NAS. And if you don’t actually need a NAS, then you probably want one. And that’s great because getting a Synology NAS is one of the best gifts you can give yourself, whether you intend to use it for your own business or for personal … Read more about Why Do You Need a Synology NAS?
Active Backup for Business was originally designed for enterprises (large businesses and organizations), a suite for the centralized management of various backup tasks. It allows a backup to quickly restore files in the event of a disaster. But because this enterprise-level service is completely free, it is highly recommended for individual users as well. Active … Read more about Synology Active Backup For Business: Review
Synology has recently released their own NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) labeled SNV3400-400G. NVMe is a communications interface and drive that defines a command set and feature set for PCIe-based SSDs with the goals of increased and efficient performance and interoperability on a broad range of enterprise and client systems. SNV3400-400G SSDs are 22mm wide and … Read more about Synology SNV3400-400G Review