Synology 4-Bay 2.5″/3.5″ SATA 6Gbps Desktop NAS – DS415+

Synology 4-Bay 2.5″/3.5″ SATA 6Gbps Desktop NAS – DS415+

Rated 4.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

30,000.00

DiskStation DS713+

Robust & scalable NAS server for business

DS713+ provides high-performance and a straightforward approach to data-management and protection, letting you get a head start for your business. Whenever you’re ready, upgrade capacity easily by adding an expansion unit.

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DiskStation DS715+

Robust & scalable NAS server for business

DS713+ provides high-performance and a straightforward approach to data-management and protection, letting you get a head start for your business. Whenever you’re ready, upgrade capacity easily by adding an expansion unit.

Dual core CPU brings high performance

With dual core CPU and Link Aggregation, Synology DS713+ keeps up with the speed of your business with 225.47 MB/sec reading and 138.38 MB/sec writing speed under RAID1 configuration in a Windows environment.

SuperSpeed USB 3.0 accelerates transfer rates

DS713+ optimizes your working experience by enabling faster and more efficient data transfers. When backing up to external hard drives, DS713+ comes with Super-Speed USB 3.0 ports providing ten times the transfer speed of its predecessor, reducing the time to transfer data to external hard drives.

Dual LAN with failover and Link Aggregation support

Coming with dual LAN ports with failover and Link Aggregation support, DS713+ ensures continual network service in case of LAN connection failure, avoiding possible disruption occurrences. Link Aggregation with trunking enhances connection speeds beyond the limits of any one single cable or port.

Hassle-free scalability up to 42TB

DS713+ offers hassle-free scalability up to seven drives with Synology DX513 expansion unit2 when the storage capacity of DS713+ nears its limit. Connected via eSATA with specially designed locking devices, DX513 expands storage capacity up to a maximum of 42TB3 with minimal time-investment in setup and configuration.

Award winning OS – DiskStation Manager

Synology DiskStation Manager (DSM) is a sleek, browser-based operating system running on every DiskStation and RackStation, which makes managing your Synology NAS a breeze. Featuring an intuitive user interface, DSM makes accessing and sharing your data smarter and simpler. Synology’s Package Center lets you download and install useful add-on packages designed specifically for individual or business needs, meaning you can enjoy more entertainment in your life or better productivity at work

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Synology 4-Bay 2.53.5 SATA 6Gbps Desktop NAS [Comcerto Dual Core 1.2GHz, D3 512MB, GbL] 1 Synology 4-Bay 2.53.5 SATA 6Gbps Desktop NAS [Comcerto Dual Core 1.2GHz, D3 512MB, GbL] 2 Synology 4-Bay 2.53.5 SATA 6Gbps Desktop NAS [Comcerto Dual Core 1.2GHz, D3 512MB, GbL]

2 reviews for Synology 4-Bay 2.5″/3.5″ SATA 6Gbps Desktop NAS – DS415+

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Dinara

    Hi Ozaz,Of the routers that you’ve moinneted I’d probably go with the Airport Extreme. Like a lot of Apple equipment it is overpriced, but it’s actually not a bad router. It does have its downsides though; for one it only has 3 Ethernet ports, whereas most routers have 4. A lot of its additional functionality is also only useful on Apple computers and portable devices.If your budget can stretch to it, check out some of the emerging 802.11ac routers like this D-link unit: You probably won’t have any 802.11ac devices yet, but it does future proof your home network for some time to come.

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    Kasia

    Nice review. Like Richard M, I have been tyrnig to decide between this and DS212J. I think I have decided to go with DS213 because of the USB3 ports (I intend to periodically backup the NAS device to an external drive to keep offsite). Could you recommend a wireless router please? We have been using a Linksys WRT54G for years, and its been brilliant. But think we need to upgrade to one that supports 802.11N now that we’re getting a NAS device.Contemplating Cisco Linksys EA3500/EA4500 or Apple Airport Extreme, but any recommendations would be welcome. It is for a 5 bedroom house. Cheers

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