In this review, we’ll look at the Synology DiskStation DS920+ NAS. But first let’s talk about the climate. today’s highly digital world got rocked when the pandemic changed our lives in a matter of weeks. With digitalization becoming the primary driving force behind the global economy, there’s a lot more utilization for data than ever before. While we may not be creating content as freely as we used to, there is no stopping the amount of consuming it.
With games and movies serving as the main entertainment as a sizable portion of the population are forced indoors, many are getting to know their media library much more. And are also realizing their PCs can’t hold all of their medias.
We’ve reviewed NAS many times before but never in this kind of circumstances wherein people who now enjoy digital movies and content also have to maintain their own library of digital content, some of which they create their own. The age of the creator has brought on a new audience for large storage which brings with it the need to familiarize with storage that’s not always a USB hard drive.
In this review, we’ll take a look at the Synology DiskStation DS920+: a 4-bay network-attached storage that offers a rich set of features from simple storage all the way to virtualization for specialized network applications, all of which you have the option of using other than just using the NAS for pure file storage.
Synology lists the DiskStation DS920+ for Php31,999 and replaces the DS918+. Read on to find out more.
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Features and Specifications: Synology DiskStation DS920+
Usage Backup & stream media through personal cloud
Intel Celeron J4125 4-core 2.0GHz, burst up to 2.7GHz Processor
2 x 10/100/1000M
2 x USB3.0
Maximum Drive Bays with Expansion Unit
Maximum Internal Raw Capacity
64 TB (16 TB drive x 4) (Capacity may vary by RAID types)
4-core 2.0 (base) / 2.7 (burst) GHz
Hardware Encryption Engine (AES-NI)
4 GB DDR4 (Expandable up to 8GB)
RJ-45 1GbE LAN Port
2 (with Link Aggregation / Failover support)
Compatible Drive Type
3.5″ SATA HDD, 2.5″ SATA HDD, 2.5″ SATA SSD, M.2 2280 NVMe SSD