NAS Compares Best SSD Optimized NAS Drive of 2019

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NAS Compares Best SSD Optimized NAS Drive of 2019

Top 3 NAS for SSD of the Year

NAS Drives have now become remarkably mainstream. In a year taht has seen multiple high profile data breaches and exploitation of personal data, the move for most users from the public cloud to a private NAS has been a rapid and ever-growing one. However, the advantages of a NAS drive are more than just about a pile of data on the internet/network to backup to. NAS has evolved into a fantastically equipped and evolved tool, making the switch from a client device to host. With the majority of NAS systems from companies like Synology, QNAP and more producing graphical user interfaces (GUIs), operating systems and apps that can rival those of massive OS developers, the things you can do with your data are almost unlimited. However, if you are looking at BIG tasks, with BIG data, that require BIG speeds, then chances are that you are looking at using much faster and more modern Solid State Media (SSD) in yoru NAS Drive. The majority of NAS brands understand this switch towards the quieter, faster media and for the last few years have been producing a rather niche range of SSD optimized NAS Drives. These are NAS servers that focus on 2.5″ or m.2 SSD media, rather than the noise, slower HDDs. With this focus in media, they are about to create NAS servers that are quieter, faster and less consuming in power 24×7- meaning this hardware will last long too. Much like any trending hardware idea, as soon as it becomes popular, the range becomes more diverse and this can make selecting the right SSD NAS for YOU and YOUR DATA much tougher. Not to worry, as I have gone through every single one and below are Three of the very best NAS for SSD only servers. So, whether you are looking for SPEED, looking for SILENCE, or looking for LOW POWER, the three NAS below will give you one, two or all of those. Take a look at the top 3 SSD optimized NAS of 2019.

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The QNAP sounds (and looks) interesting.
I don’t like the DS419 toaster look, but I’ll take it for free :)
 

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let’s see to your base assumptions:
However, if you are looking at BIG tasks, with BIG data, that require BIG speeds, then chances are that you are looking at using much faster and more modern Solid State Media (SSD) in yoru NAS Drive. The majority of NAS brands understand this switch towards the quieter, faster media and for the last few years have been producing a rather niche range of SSD optimized NAS Drives. These are NAS servers that focus on 2.5″ or m.2 SSD media, rather than the noise, slower HDDs. ... So, whether you are looking for SPEED, looking for SILENCE, or looking for LOW POWER, the three NAS below will give you one, two or all of those.

My point:
... you know nothing Jon Snow .... about BIG data :cool:

When you operate BIG data, your first choice is SPEED (min. MLC with Trim, if no SLC or M.2 in RAID0). But the SAS HDDs can provide same and long last effect.
Then last, really very last is SILENCE. .... and somewhere between both of them is LOW POWER consumption of the disks.

OMG why you use for mentioned BIG task BIG data comparison such LowEnd HW like DS419slim with Marvell Armada 385 88F6820 Dual Core 1.33 GHz CPU with 512 MB DDR3L RAM???
Same for the DS620slim based on Intel Celeron J3355.
You can use them just for store of data for that case. Nothing more.
You must kidding me :ROFLMAO:
It’s like use Prius for a Street racing.
 

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