Synology has revealed their next Network Attached Storage, the DiskStation DS213+ which is a 2-bay device which features storage aimed at businesses both medium and small, which is the first 2013 model and features a dual-core 1GHz processor, alongside a brand new System Hibernation mode.
The DiskStation’s System Hibernation mode will also actively listen for network activity whilst reducing the amount of power, during which the device will consume just 2.64 watts of energy consumption and when it does detect network activity it will resume full operations.
Once the DiskStation goes back into full operation mode, the device will achieve average read speeds of 110.36MB/s, and average write speeds of 49.6MB/s, both of which are under a RAID 1 configuration in the Windows environment, and includes AES 256-bit encryption, which will reduce your read speeds to 49.6 MB/s and an average of 24.7MB/s for write speeds.
The DS213+ also includes a 64bit floating point to allow for a faster speed at which the user can decode and encode daily, there’s as an upgraded surveillance environment with the ability to stream 12 channels from HD IP cameras at the same time.
The DS213+ also includes two USB 3.0 ports, one eSATA port and a SD card slot, the DiskStation also has a noise dampening design and a 92mm system fan for airflow which generates only 19.9 dBs of noise.
The device will be available at major retailers from today for about £240, for more information check out the press release below.