FlashStation NAS 24-Bay 2.5" 2U SAS/SATA, 2x PSU, 16GB, Xeon 8-core, 10GbE 24TB (24 X 1TB WD Mobile Red)
Synology FS3400 FlashStation NAS 24TB 24-Bay 2.5" 2U SAS/SATA, 2x PSU, 16GB, Xeon 8-core, 10GbE (24 X 1TB WD Mobile Red)
The Synology FlashStation NAS FS3400 24-Bay 2.5" 2U SAS/SATA, 2x PSU, 16GB, Xeon 8-core, 10GbE 24TBis Network Attached NAS Storage device. It features a Xeon D-1541 8-core CPU and with 16GB RAM providing outstanding performance for those looking for a cost effective Network Storage option. This Synology FlashStation NAS FS3400 is backed with Synology’s 5yr limited warranty.
Out of the box this NAS can handle 24 x 2.5" hard drives / SSDs, giving it a maximum capacity of 384TB via 16TB drives.
- Pre-populated with 24TB of storage capacity (includes 24x 1TB WD Mobile Red HDD)
- RAID Levels: 0:1:5:6:
- Xeon D-1541 8-core CPU
- Running on Synology DiskStation Manager (DSM)
- 16GB Random Access Memory (RAM)
- SAS/SATA to 1GbE and 10GbE
- Arrives with 5yr warranty for enclosure and 3yr warranty for hard drives
Includes WD Mobile Red 2.5" SATA 6Gb/s Hard Drives
Included with this Synology NAS are WD hard disks. Network Attached Storage Class drives are the perfect choice for constant, 24h hours a day, 7 days a week, Read and Write operations. WD NAS drives are the industry choice for NAS devices as they improve performance and capability within your FS3400 NAS server unit.
Combining Synology FlashStation NAS FS3400 and 24 WD hard disks will provide you with a solid, long term Network-Attached Storage solution ranging from simply media file access, Apple Time Machine, complex Surveillance and Synchronisation abilities, as well as the utilization of VMware and ISCSI.
Vital Statistics (per drive)
- Model Number: WD10JFCX
- Rotation: 5400-7200RPM
- Interface: 2.5" SATA 6Gb/s
- Form factor: 2.5 inch
- Capacity: 1TB
- Cache: 16MB
- Warranty: 3yr
Back of the Synology FlashStation NAS FS3400 box (the connections)
- USB 3.0 – The newer and faster evolution of Universal Serial Bus, USB 3.0, can transfer data at up to 5Gb per second. Now becoming commonplace, you can transfer data between devices such as external hard-drives and flash storage keys. In more advanced, larger devices you are able to connect peripherals such as mice and keyboards to the enclosure, however we highly recommend contacting the manufacturers website here for more details on connectivity and compatibility
- LAN Network Port / Ethernet Port – Giving your Synology storage device to both send, receive and manipulate files over the internet. However that is just the tip of the iceberg. Via the connection of devices such as IP camera, mobile apps and other system tools, you can use multi-purpose applications for homes, small business and enterprises uses.
Free Synology FlashStation NAS SpanStor Build & Test
You can have JBOD,RAID 0,RAID 1,RAID 5,RAID 6,RAID 10 set up on Synology FlashStation NAS FS3400. We offer our completely free and highly recommended SpanStor build service for your Synology 24-bay enclosure. We ensure that your Synology box and WD drives are in perfect working order before we send it out, at no additional cost. That's not all. We can install the latest Synology firmware or even construct a custom build from the ground up! Depending on the nature and complexity of the setup you request, this can take from a few minutes to a few hours, all done here at SPAN, thereby saving you time and money.
Possible RAID options for your Synology 24-bay box are explained below.Youtube video
Synology FlashStation NAS FS3400 RAID options
- JBOD- is a cost-effective network storage solution. If you have a lot of temporarily data to store, JBODs are an economical solution. Mind that the data is not critical or you have an effective backup scheme in place. JBOD is either a single or number of disks which are grouped together and presented to the Operating System as a single volume, called 'Spanning'. If you lose a single disk in the JBOD then you possibly will lose data, as the concept of a JBOD does not include not fault tolerance.
- RAID 0 is ideal for non-critical storage of data that have to be read/written at a high speed, such as on a video editing station or an image retouching. RAID 0 offers great performance, both in read and write operations. All storage capacity is used, there is no overhead.
- RAID 1 (mirrored drive) is ideal for critical storage, like accounting systems. It is also suitable for small servers in which only two data drives will be used (disc mirroring). It offers excellent read speed and a write-speed that is comparable to that of a single drive. In case a drive fails, data do not have to be rebuild, they just have to be copied to the replacement drive (mirroring hdd ). It can be used as back up mirror.
- RAID 5 combines efficient storage with excellent security and decent performance. It is ideal for file and application servers that have a limited number of data drives. Very fast read data transactions while write data transactions are bit slower. In case if drive fails, you still have access to all data, even while the failed drive is being replaced and system rebuilds the data on the new drive.
- RAID 6 combines efficient storage with excellent security and decent performance. Similar to RAID 5, read data transactions are very fast. Two drives can fail and you still have access to all data, even while the failed drives are being replaced. It makes it more secure.
- RAID 10 combines pros and cons of RAID 0 and RAID 1 in one single system. If one drive fails, the rebuild time is very fast because data being copied from the surviving mirror to a new drive.
Choose your RAID here -> Spanstor Build And Test
If you buy this Synology FlashStation NAS and hard drives we do free build and test for the unit and hard drives. So you can use this device straight out of the box. All free of charge in FS3400 price.
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