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Synology 8 bay NAS

Are you ready to take your data storage game to a whole new level? Look no further than the Synology 8-bay NAS, the ultimate solution for all your storage needs. Whether you’re a home user with a growing collection of digital memories or a business demanding robust data management, this powerhouse NAS is here to impress.

🚀 Unleash the Power of Eight: With not four, but eight drive bays at your disposal, the Synology 8-bay NAS lets you tap into the limitless potential of massive storage capacity. Install up to eight hard drives or SSDs, and watch your storage possibilities soar to new heights.

💡 Endless Versatility: Need a central hub for your multimedia library? Check. Looking for a secure backup solution for your critical business data? Check. Hosting a website or running virtual machines? Double check! The Synology 8-bay NAS is a multi-talented workhorse, ready to tackle all your storage needs with ease.

🛡️ Bulletproof Data Protection: We understand that your data is precious. That’s why the Synology 8-bay offers an array of RAID options, including RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, and RAID 6, ensuring your data remains safe and sound even in the face of drive failures. Your peace of mind is our top priority.

🌐 Access Anywhere, Anytime: Seamlessly access your files, photos, and videos from anywhere on the planet with Synology’s intuitive mobile apps and cloud services. No matter where life takes you, your data is always within reach, keeping you connected and productive on the go.

🎉 Experience the Magic of DSM: Setting up and managing your NAS has never been this fun and easy! Synology’s DiskStation Manager (DSM) software comes with a user-friendly interface that will make you feel like a tech wizard. Say goodbye to complex setups and hello to effortless management.

💪 Reliability Redefined: Rest assured that the Synology 8-bay NAS is built to last. Designed for uninterrupted operation, it’s a reliable companion that ensures your data is always available when you need it, without any hiccups along the way.

📈 Future-Proof Your Storage: As your storage needs evolve, the Synology 8-bay NAS can grow with you. Expand your storage capacity or add advanced features through a vast library of Synology and third-party apps. The possibilities are endless, and you’re in control of your NAS destiny.

🤝 Trust Kickstart Computers: When you choose the Synology 8-bay NAS from Kickstart Computers, you’re not just getting a storage solution – you’re gaining a trusted ally on your data journey. With their expertise and experience since 2007, they’re committed to providing exceptional customer service and support every step of the way.

Ready to unlock the limitless potential of the Synology 8-bay NAS from Kickstart Computers? Contact us now and embark on an extraordinary storage adventure. Elevate your storage experience today!

🚀 Synology: Empowering your data journey. Kickstart Computers: Your trusted partner in storage excellence. 🚀

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What is the best 8 bay NAS?

According to a review by WunderTech, the Synology DS1821+ is the best 8-bay NAS device you can buy at this point in time. However, if budget isn’t a concern, you can opt for the Synology DS1823xs+. The DS1823xs+ is more expensive than the DS1821+, but it has better performance and more features. It’s important to note that the DS1823xs+ has Synology hard disk requirements, which may be a barrier for some users.

You can use Synology’s NAS Selector tool to find the most suitable NAS server for you based on your requirements, including the number of bays, RAID type, and storage capacity. The tool recommends the most suitable NAS server for you based on your requirements.

Does a NAS need more RAM?

The amount of RAM a NAS needs depends on your usage requirements. For basic use, 4GB or 8GB of RAM will suffice. However, if you have a business Synology NAS or if multiple users will be accessing and saving their work on the NAS simultaneously, it is recommended to have at least 16GB of RAM. More RAM can help improve the NAS’s multitasking capabilities and performance

It’s worth noting that the amount of RAM you need may also depend on the specific applications and services you plan to run on your NAS. For example, if you intend to use Docker containers or run resource-intensive applications like Unifi Controller or a Linux sandbox, you may benefit from having more RAM.

Ultimately, it’s best to consider your specific usage requirements and consult the manufacturer’s recommendations for the NAS model you are interested in. You can also refer to online forums and communities for insights from other users who have similar use cases.

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