Synology has announced a range of upcoming solutions for the Indian market, including solutions for data storage and backup, file management, collaboration, video surveillance, and networking. According o Synology, the company has achieved 100% growth in more than 100 countries, and more than 50% of Fortune 500 companies are using Synology products and services. Let’s check out all the Synology products and services launching in India in 2023 below.
Share and collaborate with ease using Synology Drive
- Help keep files safe during sharing between teams with watermarks and download policies.
- Remote wipe capabilities help minimize security risks by removing synced folders from stolen Windows and macOS clients.
- Automatic login with AD credentials following mass deployment, as well as the provisioning of backup and syncing tasks, make mass deployment simpler.
- With DSM 7.2, cross-protocol file locking between SMB file shares and Synology Drive ensures that in-use files are not edited or overwritten.
- SMB multichannel transfer support makes use of all network connections available between servers and clients to boost SMB file transfer performance.
Scale-Out NAS – Next-Gen Storage Servers
New scale-out systems designed for file and object storage. Scale-out clusters will be considerably faster than Synology’s current largest solutions, with near-linear scaling of performance and capabilities as more units are added. The first generation of scale-out systems will support clusters of up to 60 servers for more than 12 petabytes of effective storage, over 60 GB/s sequential write performance, and more than 80,000 concurrent connections. The clusters will offer upwards of 99.99% availability and support Synology’s Hyper Backup and Active Backup data protection suites.
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Synology Backup Cloud
Synology Backup Cloud is a new data management platform for Active Backup and C2 Backup that aims to enable seamless management, deployment, and monitoring of backup tasks across an organization’s IT infrastructure, regardless of location or scale. The new platform brings Synology on-premises and cloud-based solutions, providing IT admins and MSPs with the most efficient tools to protect and ensure the timely recovery of any device or service.
Synology 500 Series AI-powered cameras
For the first time, Synology is launching its own IP cameras, which are is slated to arrive in India in early 2023. According to Synology, the newly introduced 500 Series IP cameras will offer superior performance, security, and integration, with all camera settings managed directly from Surveillance Station. Edge AI capabilities, such as guarding intrusion detection zones, free up recording server resources to allow larger AI-powered deployments, while dedicated processing speeds up people and vehicle searches anywhere in the video frame.
The 500 Series IP cameras are offered in two form factors. Synology 500 Series cameras feature 5MP sensors for wide-angle 16:9, 3K (2880×1620) recording at 30 frames per second. The cameras support PoE and are weatherproof (IP67), enabling flexible placement indoors or outdoors. Synology 500-series cameras are US NDAA/TAA compliant and are designed for security, introducing similar security innovations and hardening methods found on Synology enterprise products.
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Synology WRX560 Wi-Fi 6 Router
For the first time, Synology is launching its first Wi-Fi Router in India. Building on the SRM 1.3 platform, the new Synology WRX560 router offers the same high-end network management features as the RT6600ax at a more affordable price point. With powerful internal dual-band radios and a 2.5GbE LAN/WAN port, WRX560 can easily be added as a mesh node to any RT6600ax router or utilized as a standalone solution for homes and offices. The router is expected to arrive in Q2 2023, and the price & the exact date of availability will be announced near to launch.
Synology is also expanding its NAS line-up with the launch of Synology DS923+. The newly introduced DS923+ is powered by AMD Ryzen R1600 dual-core 2.6GHz processor and comes with DDR4 ECC SODIMM 8GB onboard RAM that can be expandable up to 32GB. The NAS supports HDD, HDD, and M.2 2280 NVMe SSD drives. You can use up to 9 drives with DX517 expansion units. One of the key highlights of DS 923+ is 10GbE support with an easily accessible slot.
Active Insight – Automated breach and misuse detection
Active Insight is evolving to automatically prevent user activities in breach of data protection rules. The new data loss prevention feature monitors user activities such as logins, file access, and sharing task creation while comparing checksums of files that are uploaded or shared. When thresholds or rules are triggered, the system can either send alerts or take actions, such as disconnecting clients suspected of being infected by ransomware. Active Backup macOS client is launching at the end of 2022.
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Synology C2 Identity Platform – Securing Devices And Credentials
In 2023, C2 Identity will receive several improvements to enable passwordless logins to both online and local services and devices. Integration with Windows Hello and Apple’s Face ID/Touch ID facilitates easy authentication on endpoints managed by C2 Identity. And combined with an upcoming C2 Identity user portal, employees using managed endpoints can be automatically signed in to web services supporting SAML, with the option to enable 2FA for more sensitive services such as a company’s ERP or CRM systems.
“The need for better resolution of IT challenges in a cost-effective manner is fostering the demand for new age data storage and management solutions in India. We are committed to address unmet market demands and better serve our large base of customers and partners in India,” said Michael Chang, Regional Sales Head, Asia Pacific, Synology“