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Synology DiskStation and RackStation Acquire Windows Server 2012 Certification

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    Synology Inc. today announced selected DiskStation and RackStation are officially certified for Microsoft Windows Server 2012, which delivers important advancements to help businesses increase IT efficiency as well as achieve a new level of availability.

    The compelling combination of Synology NAS server and the new Windows Server 2012 operating system entitles businesses to boost performance and flexibility when migrating running virtual machine without downtime. Additionally, the full Windows Server 2012 support ensures business continuity and minimizes disaster recovery time with real-time virtual machine remote replication. The combined virtualized platform also enables enterprises to flexibly leverage the new VHDX format and its ability of supporting up to 64TB storage per virtual hard disk. Moreover, Cluster Shared Volumes (CSV) 2.0 provides a highly scalable and flexible shared storage infrastructure with increased performance. CSV 2.0 will be supported with more workloads, including File Server for scale-out application data.

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    "Synology DiskStation and RackStation take full advantage of the enhancements in Windows Server 2012 to address the critical challenges around virtualization, cloud computing, and managing big data," said Wayne An, product manager of Synology Inc. "They help IT administrators create dynamic data centers and cloud infrastructures that provide agility and high availability," added An.

    With comprehensive virtualization support, Synology offer users greater simplicity, agility and efficiency. For more information, please visit this page.

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