Released November, 2009
The Pros:Machine runs whisper quiet, very little noise. Uses barely any power, sleep mode draws almost nothing. Sends emails to you if something is amiss.
The Cons:Price is a little higher than on comparable systems.
The Synology DS410j is a small-office/home-office (SOHO) network server featuring four drive bays. It can be configured with up to 8TB of storage space and features Gigabit/USB connectivity for functioning as the central repository to a small to medium-sized business network.
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Its wide-array of functionalities — including DLNA, Music, Photo, Print, etc. — means it can be utilized to stream cinematic videos, music tracks, torrents, print queues, and even Internet radio. More importantly, the DS410j is equipped with a bundle of backup software allowing it to keep even the data off a USB thumb drive safely secured. Additional features include remote access via iPhone; website publication with PHP+MySQL; and even worldwide photo sharing.
- SOHO NAS
- Four SATA/SDD Bays
- 24/7 Media Server
- Photo/Music/Video Streaming
- Web Publication (PHP/MySQL/OpenSource)
- Remote Access via Web/iPhone
- Automatic Data Backup
- CPU: 800MHz
- Memory: 128MB
- Internal HDD(Option 1): 3.5” SATA x4
- Internal HDD(Option 2): 2.5” SATA/SDD x4
- Max Capacity: 8TB
- External HDD Interface: USB 2.0
- LAN: Gigabit
- Protocols: CIFS, AFP, FTP, NFS, Telnet/SSH
- File System: EXT3, FAT, NTFS
- DLNA/UPnP Media
- iTunes Media
- Printer Server
- File Station
- Audio Station
- Photo Station
- RAID JBOD/0/1
- Backup Solution
User Reviews (1)
machine runs whisper quiet, very little noise
uses barely any power, sleep mode draws almost nothing
sends emails to you if something is amiss
runs itself without any need to do maintenance or re-configure periodically
capable of all forms of RAID, and can switch between them
can be expanded with additional drives down the line
lots of support, with active online communities, wikis, and phone support
solid construction, reliable design strongly defends against any possible data loss or failure
price is a little higher than on comparable systems
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