Synology DiskStation DS418play 4-bay NAS

Synology DiskStation DS418play 4-bay NAS

Synology DiskStation DS418play 4-bay NAS

Synology DiskStation DS418play 4-bay NAS

Synology DiskStation DS418play 4-bay NAS

Synology DiskStation DS418play 4-bay NAS

Synology DiskStation DS418play 4-bay NAS
Synology DiskStation DS418play 4-bay NAS
Synology DiskStation DS418play 4-bay NAS
Synology DiskStation DS418play 4-bay NAS
Synology DiskStation DS418play 4-bay NAS
Synology DiskStation DS418play 4-bay NAS

Synology DiskStation DS418play 4-bay NAS

  • Form factor : Desktop
  • Bays : 4-bay
  • Capacity : Optional
  • HDDs (built-in / max.) : 0 / 4
  • RAID levels : 0, JBOD, 1, 6, 5
  • Connectors : 2 x Gigabit Ethernet

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DS418PLAY
5259280

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Product details for Synology DiskStation DS418play 4-bay NAS

If you're searching for a secure and efficient way to store your data, then Synology's DS418PLAY desktop NAS is an excellent choice. Unlike traditional external hard drives, the NAS (network-attached storage) device can be directly integrated into your network. This gives all computers connected to your network access to the device and data. It offers you sufficient storage space and requires far less electricity than regular PCs. The desktop NAS device has two Gigabit Ethernet ports and is equipped with an Intel Celeron J3355 2.0 GHz processor. With this model's 2 GB of RAM several users can access its data at the same time. You can incorporate the following data storage arrays in this desktop NAS system: 0, JBOD, 1, 6 and 5. When using JBOD (or "just a bunch of disks") you can combine several hard drives, regardless of their storage capacity, and retain all of the storage space. This is not the case with RAID levels.

Using RAID 0 means your hard drives (ideally of equal storage capacities) are interconnected and work parallely. This increases performance and speed as the work is split bewteen multiple drives, but there is no fault tolerance. Using RAID 1 means you get high data security. This is achieved by mirroring, which simply means that your data is duplicated from one drive to another, so that if one fails, nothing is lost. This also means that the total storage capacity of your drives will be halved. RAID 1 is best suited for smaller NAS systems. Using RAID 5 means your data is split among multiple hard drives — when one drive has an error the data is copied and distributed to the other drives. With this method you can retain the storage capacity of all your drives. It's the ideal choice for larger NAS systems with more than three drives. RAID 6 offers you high data security and is still operational even if two hard drives in the system fail.

Experience exceptional quality and good, comprehensive service, from the moment you order to the delivery of your purchase.

Manufacturer warranty

2-year bring-in (see manufacturer's website for details)

Specifications

Form factor
  • Desktop
Bays
  • 4-bay
Capacity
  • Optional
HDDs (built-in / max.)
  • 0 / 4
RAID levels
  • 0
  • JBOD
  • 1
  • 6
  • 5
Connectors
  • 2 x Gigabit Ethernet
Interface
  • 2 x USB 3.0
Processor model
  • Intel Celeron J3355, 2.0 GHz
RAM
  • 2 GB
RAM type
  • DDR3L
iSCSI
  • Yes
Active Directory client
  • Yes
Security
  • 256-bit AES encryption
Special features
  • Anti-theft protection
  • Scalable design
Features
  • FTP server
  • Surveillance station
  • VPN server
  • Mail server
  • Antivirus
  • Network-attached storage (NAS)
  • Backup storage
  • Snapshot
  • Synology Hybrid RAID (SHR) technology
  • Collaboration
  • Cloud sync
Power supply
  • External
Includes
  • Power cable
  • Power adapter
  • 2 RJ45 Ethernet connection cables
  • 2 camera licences
Dimensions (W x H x D)
  • 199 x 166 x 223 mm
Product type
  • NAS

Specifications

Form factor
  • Desktop
Bays
  • 4-bay
Capacity
  • Optional
HDDs (built-in / max.)
  • 0 / 4
RAID levels
  • 0
  • JBOD
  • 1
  • 6
  • 5
Connectors
  • 2 x Gigabit Ethernet
Interface
  • 2 x USB 3.0
Processor model
  • Intel Celeron J3355, 2.0 GHz
RAM
  • 2 GB
RAM type
  • DDR3L
iSCSI
  • Yes
Active Directory client
  • Yes
Security
  • 256-bit AES encryption
Special features
  • Anti-theft protection
  • Scalable design
Features
  • FTP server
  • Surveillance station
  • VPN server
  • Mail server
  • Antivirus
  • Network-attached storage (NAS)
  • Backup storage
  • Snapshot
  • Synology Hybrid RAID (SHR) technology
  • Collaboration
  • Cloud sync
Power supply
  • External
Includes
  • Power cable
  • Power adapter
  • 2 RJ45 Ethernet connection cables
  • 2 camera licences
Dimensions (W x H x D)
  • 199 x 166 x 223 mm
Product type
  • NAS

Product details for Synology DiskStation DS418play 4-bay NAS

If you're searching for a secure and efficient way to store your data, then Synology's DS418PLAY desktop NAS is an excellent choice. Unlike traditional external hard drives, the NAS (network-attached storage) device can be directly integrated into your network. This gives all computers connected to your network access to the device and data. It offers you sufficient storage space and requires far less electricity than regular PCs. The desktop NAS device has two Gigabit Ethernet ports and is equipped with an Intel Celeron J3355 2.0 GHz processor. With this model's 2 GB of RAM several users can access its data at the same time. You can incorporate the following data storage arrays in this desktop NAS system: 0, JBOD, 1, 6 and 5. When using JBOD (or "just a bunch of disks") you can combine several hard drives, regardless of their storage capacity, and retain all of the storage space. This is not the case with RAID levels.

Using RAID 0 means your hard drives (ideally of equal storage capacities) are interconnected and work parallely. This increases performance and speed as the work is split bewteen multiple drives, but there is no fault tolerance. Using RAID 1 means you get high data security. This is achieved by mirroring, which simply means that your data is duplicated from one drive to another, so that if one fails, nothing is lost. This also means that the total storage capacity of your drives will be halved. RAID 1 is best suited for smaller NAS systems. Using RAID 5 means your data is split among multiple hard drives — when one drive has an error the data is copied and distributed to the other drives. With this method you can retain the storage capacity of all your drives. It's the ideal choice for larger NAS systems with more than three drives. RAID 6 offers you high data security and is still operational even if two hard drives in the system fail.

Experience exceptional quality and good, comprehensive service, from the moment you order to the delivery of your purchase.

Manufacturer warranty

2-year bring-in (see manufacturer's website for details)

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