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Synology Introduces DiskStation DS1019+

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Synology today launched DiskStation DS1019+, a 5-bay desktop NAS with excellent performance and scalability, right for small offices and IT enthusiasts.

"For professional home or SOHO users, it's always struggling to find a NAS server providing outstanding performance, scalability, and applicability at the same time. DS1019+ eliminates all your concerns with a compact chassis design," said Kevin Meng, product manager of Synology Inc. "Featuring a quad-core processor, 8GB memory and dual M.2 NVMe SSD slots, DS1019+ allows you to create SSD cache without occupying any drive trays. Its dual-channel 4K video transcoding capability and scalable storage design also make it an ideal option for multimedia applications, perfectly suitable for ultra HD video streaming among all of your devices."




Scalable Storage Server in All Aspects
DS1019+'s scale-up design allows a seamless storage expansion with minimal effort, making it an ideal server for file sharing, data backup, and recovery. Pre-loaded with dual-channel 8GB memory and NVMe SSD cache support, DS1019+ provides sufficient horsepower for I/O intensive applications and virtualization deployment.

  • Scalable storage: Up to 140TB with one expansion unit
  • Dual-channel memory: Loaded with two 4GB memory modules (8GB memory capacity in total)
  • Two built-in M.2 SSD slots: Supercharge random IOPS via NVMe SSD cache
  • High performance: Deliver encrypted sequential throughput at over 225 MB/s reading and writing

An Ideal Multimedia Library
Supporting dual-channel, real-time 4K video transcoding, DS1019+ provides a remarkable experience in ultra HD video streaming and sharing. You can also enjoy the image recognition technology with Synology Moments, automatically organizing your precious memories effortlessly.

Powered by Synology DiskStation Manager
DS1019+ runs on DiskStation Manager, the advanced and intuitive operating system for Synology NAS devices, with various applications offered to enhance work productivity. Synology has received numerous media accolades, topping the mid-range NAS category in TechTarget's storage solution survey and winning PCMag Readers' Choice eight years in a row.



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Only in a NAS can they launch a product in 2019 using a budget processor from 2016 that was replaced in 2017 (J4105) and still charge a premium. I can only assume it's because they wanted to save a few dollars by not having to use DDR4.
 

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I guess it goes for... priceless?
To me this looks like the minimum viable product for a NAS, but since it's positioned for SOHO, it's definitely not priced as such.
 
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I guess it goes for... priceless?
To me this looks like the minimum viable product for a NAS, but since it's positioned for SOHO, it's definitely not priced as such.
BH has it for $649
 
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