Synology has unveiled new additions to its range of ultra-compact RackStation Systems this week, introducing the new RackStation RS1221+ and RS1221RP+. The new systems are the first Synology RackStation series units built around the AMD Ryzen V1500B processor.
Compared to their predecessor, the RackStation RS1221+ and RS1221RP+ deliver 3.6X higher compute performance, 3.8X random read IOPS at 108K, and 2.3x higher sequential write performance at 1,147 MB/s. This translates to faster performance in data management and backup tasks and allows businesses to scale to higher numbers of concurrent users and services while maintaining a high performance output.
“The RS1221+/RS1221RP+, at only 30 to 38 centimeters deep, is built for space-sensitive deployments. Boasting over 100K 4K random read IOPS and 2,315 MB/s sequential read1, the RS1221+/RS1221RP+ is equipped to handle heavy workloads in data-intensive environments. The RS1221RP+ additionally features an extra level of protection with redundant power supplies.”
“The RS1221+ and RP+ units are designed for the small-business sector, and indeed, “small” they are,” said Michael Wang, Synology Product Manager. “These units not only pack in a huge leap forward in performance, but do it at a modest depth for 2U units in their class. What’s more, for businesses who require higher availability, the RP+ version is equipped with dual power supplies for redundancy and added reliability.”
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Source : Synology