Network attached storage and hardware manufacturer Synology has today introduced its very first mesh router in the form of the Synology MR2200ac. Equipped with a Qualcomm IPQ4019 quad-core CPU, tri-band Wi-Fi, and the latest version of its operating system SRM 1.2. the system provides users with more “granular configuration” options together with user profile creation, detailed traffic management, advanced web filters, and whitelisting features. Providing a suite of applications capable of offering further understanding, protection and monitoring of networks.
Synology also introduced a suite of business data protection applications that allow the company’s network storage to serve as a backup destination for a range of devices and cloud services. “These days, data are dispersed across various platforms – such as PCs, virtual machines, the cloud – making backup a complex and costly endeavor for businesses. With the introduction of the Active Backup suite, we hope to give businesses a way to simplify and consolidate backups in one place, so they can avoid disaster and concentrate on achieving more,” said Alex Wang, CEO of Synology America Corp.
Active Backup for Business allows users to perform full backups to protect their Windows computers, VMware virtual machines, and file servers with a single platform. “The centralised management allows for configuring and monitoring backups from one place, thus boosting business productivity”. For more information on the new mesh networking router and data backup solutions jump over to the official Synology website by following the link below.
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