NAS Compares Synology DVA1622 Surveillance NAS Hardware Update

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NAS Compares Synology DVA1622 Surveillance NAS Hardware Update

Update on the Specifications on the Synology DVA1622 NAS​


In order to understand why the DVA1622 NAS/NVR is such a big deal, you have to look a little beyond the hardware and into the software that the brand provides. Synology’ surveillance station platform is a genuinely groundbreaking piece of software that is included with every single Synology NAS system. Indeed, it is one of the applications available in the Synology DSM 6.2, 7.0 and 7.1 platforms that many business users SPECIFICALLY buy Synology products for. However, there are several solutions in the brand’s portfolio that are significantly geared towards this application than most, with these systems typically arriving with the NVR, VH or DVA module ID. These are systems that have either had their specific default software and services focused on surveillance station, or are designed for standalone deployment for both network or local KVM (keyboard, video and mouse) access to the NVR GUI. However, one hurdle that has always existed in this area of the portfolio was the enormous divide between the solutions. At the affordable end, you have the NVR1218 and VH360HD that provide strict access to Surveillance services, but are power efficient and a little barebones. At the other end, you have the beastly DVA3221, a GPU powered 4-Bay that supports both surveillance station and DSM, as well as multiple DVA (deep video analysis in real time with AI recognition) services, but lacks the HDMI/KVM setup and if considerably more expensive. This is why the DVA1622 2-Bay Surveillance NAS is an interesting system. Arriving with slightly more modest hardware than the DVA3221, it is still able to support HDMI output, 16 IP cameras at once and 2 simultaneous deep video analysis operations or one AI-powered facial recognition task. Let’s discuss everything new we have learned about the DVA1622.

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