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Synology Launches DS713+ 2-bay NAS

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    Synology America Corp today announced its most powerful 2-bay DiskStation NAS, the DS713+. By taking advantage of the DX513 expansion module, it can quickly scale up to 28TB of raw storage. The DS713+ is built to save users time. The dual NICs allow for link aggregation for improved throughput in multi-user environments. With USB 3.0, users can transfer data to and from external disks faster than ever.

    "The DS713+ brings performance that businesses need at a price they can afford," said Jason Bonoan, Product Marketing Manager at Synology America Corp. "This is quite simply the most powerful system that Synology has offered in this price range." Shipping with Synology's intuitive DiskStation Manager (DSM) 4.1, the DS713+ simplifies system management, allowing users to focus on productivity. The DSM operating system features a bevy of business-friendly aspects.

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    • Cloud Station keeps files in sync between local and remote assets, without port forwarding
    • An updated Package Center allows users to install productivity tools from both Synology and from technology partners
    • Increased administrative control to allow prioritizing and throttling by user, group, and service
    • Support for VMware's vSphere 5, including VAAI
    • Support for ADS domains up to 100,000 users and groups
    • ACL support for NTFS-style permissions down to the file level
    • In-line ACL editor to quickly and accurately assign permissions, even without a PC
    • Surveillance Station 6 allows for monitoring and recording up to 20 cameras at once
    For more information, visit the product page.

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