Yet another Synology NAS device has appeared, bearing the name of DiskStation DS112+ and powered by a 2GHz processor.
It runs DiskStation manager 4.0 (DSM 4.0), the operating system installed on every Synology NAS Server. That said, the aforementioned 2 GHz CPU is backed by 512 MB of memory. The performance, thus, reaches 107 MB/s when reading and 76 MB/s when writing. Furthermore, in addition to LAN ports, Synology gave the new DiskStation a pair of USB 3.0 connectors.
“With DiskStation DS112+, Synology has introduced an invaluable selection for SMB users where high performance meets eco-friendly design,” said Peter Chen, product manager of Synology Inc. “This is the best option for providing users with fast and reliable solutions to share, sync and backup data with minimal time spent on setup process and management.” DiskStation DS112+ has a single drive bay and a power consumption of 14.6 Watts (6.34 watts in hibernation). Sales will begin on June 19 (today as it were), for £186 / 230 Euro / $291.