Synology launches the 16-bay RackStation RS2818RP+ NAS

The perfect small business NAS that features 16-bays and a storage capacity of 192TB.

@shaungrimley
Published Tue, Feb 6 2018 10:23 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:52 AM CST

Synology have launched the RackStation RS2818RP+, a 16-bay NAS that is able to provide up to 192TB of capacity that can be expanded to 336TB with a RX1217(RP). Basically, the RS2818RP+ is designed for large storage applications for expanding businesses that want to future-proof their technology.

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"One of the common challenges for modern small and medium-sized businesses is finding a storage solution that can store large amounts of data while having the flexibility to scale when business grows," said Jason Fan, Product Manager at Synology Inc. "RS2818RP+ offers large storage capacity with affordable TCO. It is ideal to serve as a centralized backup target, a file server or a hub-and-spoke backup target for distributed businesses."

Synology's RS2818RP+ is the first 3U RackStation NAS to appear in the Plus Series range and features an Intel Atom C3538 quad-core CPU with 4GB DDR4 non-ECC UDIMM RAM, which can also be expanded up to 64GB with four 16GB ECC UDIMMs for heavy applications. The RS2818RP+ also is equipped with four 1GbE ports Ethernet LAN ports with the option to upgrade to four 10GbE NICs, providing an impressive 1,400 MBps sequential read throughput and 26,000 random write IOPS.

As far as software is concerned, there is no real surprises here with the RS2818RP+ utilizing DiskStation Manager operating system which see's this product priced at $3702.

Shaun is a long time PC, tech, and gaming enthusiast. With an electrical trade background, Shaun has had experience with some of the latest automation technology and is looking forward to a new challenge. Shaun is excited to bring TweakTown's audience the most extensive and latest news.

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