NAS Compares Synology SA3200D Active-Passive 12-Bay RackStation NAS

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NAS Compares Synology SA3200D Active-Passive 12-Bay RackStation NAS

Intelligent and Safe SA3200D RackMount NAS from Synology Uncovered

If you are a business owner, enterprise file hosting platform, surveillance NVR user or just generally someone whose infrastructure cannot withstand even minor disconnection (even down to the minute), then the SA3200D Rackstation NAS from Synology is definitely a device that has a lot that could appeal you. As we have already established previously here on NASCompares, Synology has been making bigger and bigger moves into the enterprise sector for a while now. The brand that has spent almost 20 years making network-attached storage hardware, featuring the popular Diskstation Manager software, with their first Rackmount NAS server back in 2006 (RS-406), have now fully uncovered potentially their most powerful and advanced SAS enabled Rackmount NAS yet for 2020. Featuring a unit dual controller (dubbed Active-Passive switch over) design and 12 Bays of storage, this twin controller system promises the ability to have a combination of redundant RAID storage and (better yet) WHOLE system redundancy. Alongside this, we see the already long-established business-class hardware, power, speed and support that is already available in the XS and SA series, but even more so! Let’s take a closer look at this beast!

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