Synology have released the new DiskStation Manager 6.0, which offers support for storage up to a petabyte of disk space, Docker and Virtual DSM instances, better support for 64bit storage and even Apple Watch connectivity. Most of the new features will be more attractive to business users but the software is great for home users that have accumulated a lot of data as well. They have also released a new RT1900AC Wireless Router with software built in to make connections to DSM based devices even better and a new and improved DS716+ disk station. The DS716+ features a four core Braswell processor onboard which is a huge improvement over the previous model and can perform 4K video transcoding in real-time for those who would have a need for that kind of power. Check out more on Synology's recent released over at Techgage.
"Synology prepares for 2016 with refreshes of business and home NAS units, the release of its very first router, and a massive update to its OS, DiskStation Manager. DSM 6.0 introduces Docker and Virtualized environments, and something that’s sure to grab attention, support for Btrfs."
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