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Scalable 2U Network Storage System expands to 424 TB.

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November 26, 2012 - RackStation RS10613xs+, supporting both iSCSI and NFS, is designed for virtual network storage. Allowing up to 8 RX1213sas expansion modules to be included, 10-bay, 2U system can scale up to 106 SAS drives for total of up to 424 TB storage. It supports SSD caching to optimize speed and also comes with 8 GB ECC RAM, expandable to 32 GB. Product offers VAAI integration and is certified for VMware® vSphere™ 5, Microsoft® Windows Server 2012 with Hyper-V™, and Citrix® XenServer™.

Synology Inc.

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Original Press Release

Synology America Corp. Launches the Ideal Storage Solution between NAS and SAN; The RackStation RS10613xs+

Press release date: November 13, 2012

BELLEVUE, Wash. - Synology America Corp. today announced the launch of the RS10613xs+, following the recent release of the RS3413xs+.  The new 10-bay 2U RackStation is Synology's most advanced hardware to date.  The RS10613xs+ is built with SME in mind, providing fast and scalable storage at a price point that makes it peerless; the ideal storage solution between NAS and SAN.

Taking advantage of up to 8 of the new RX1213sas expansion modules, it can quickly scale to up to 106 SAS drives (up to 424TB raw storage), allowing businesses to expand their capacity on the fly.

The new addition to the XS+ series is optimized for virtual network storage, supporting both iSCSI and NFS. It is certified for VMware® vSphere™ 5, Microsoft® Windows Server 2012 with Hyper-V™, and Citrix® XenServer™.  It offers VAAI integration, including Hardware Assisted Locking (ATS), Block Zero, Full Copying, and Thin Provisioning. 

The RS10613xs+ includes support for SSD caching for improved speeds while still allowing for taking advantage of the storage capacity of mechanical drives.  It also comes with 8GB ECC RAM (expandable to 32GB) for improved data reliability.  It supports Synology's upcoming High Availability package to minimize downtime.  The High Availability package will allow clustering of RackStations with automatic failover to maximize uptime.

"This release marks a major milestone for us," said Franklin Hua, Technical Marketing Manager at Synology America Corp.  "This new flagship sets the bar even higher for value.  It is ideal for those that need more storage and performance than offered by the standard NAS, but want less hassle and expense than a SAN.  Additionally, Synology America is launching several programs in the United States to make the decision to switch to Synology even easier."

Synology America will begin offering an optional extended warranty program bringing the warranty up to 5 years.  The extended warranty will include expedited warranty service and next business day shipping of replacement servers and parts.

For more information about the new RS10613xs+, please see here: www.synology.com/events/2012_us_smb_price.php

For more information on Synology's extended warranty program, please see here: www.synology.com/support/5yearwarranty.php?lang=us

About Synology
Founded in April of 2000, Synology Inc. is a leader in next-generation Network Attached Storage (NAS) servers for the home and small to medium sized business markets.  Specializing in both hardware and software for network attached storage devices; Synology products are feature-rich, easy-to-use, energy-efficient, reliable and affordable.  All Synology product investments are enhanced with product warranties, free software upgrades and 24/7 online support. Visit www.synology.com for more information

Synology has a global presence with regional offices in the US (Bellevue, Washington), and the UK (London, England), Germany (Düsseldorf), and Taiwan (Taipei).

Press Contact

Jason Bonoan
marketing.us@synology.com
+1-425-818-1587
Synology America Corp.

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