Built with a dual-core processor and an AES-NI hardware encryption engine, the DiskStation DS720+ 2-Bay NAS Enclosure from Synology is a compact NAS designed to streamline your data and multimedia management. Two built-in M.2 2280 NVMe SSD slots and Synology SSD Cache technology allow you to boost system I/O and application performance, while a scalable storage design lets you start small and expand the overall storage capacity as your data grows with Synology’s DX517 expansion unit. The DS720+ is equipped with two drive bays capable of natively supporting 3.5” SATA hard drives and 2.5” SATA hard drives and SSDs. Using its two drive bays, this NAS will allow you to store and share many files with up to 2048 user accounts and 1500 maximum concurrent connections.
Processor: Intel Celeron J4125 Quad-Core
Memory: 2 GB DDR4
Storage: 108 TB
Dimension: 10.6×16.6×22.3 cm
- A more powerful CPU speeds up computing-intensive applications. The new 4-core processor boosts photo indexing, database response times, and web PHP response efficiency. Easily categorize your photo memories, smoothly manage files across computers and mobile devices, and enjoy blazing fast web applications.
- Synology Office is a collaboration package combining the convenience and usability of public clouds with the data privacy and security guaranteed by private clouds. It allows you to work seamlessly together on documents and spreadsheets in a protected environment.
- The DS720+ provides two built-in M.2 SSD slots so that you can take full advantage of Synology SSD Cache functionality. Add SSD cache for up to 20 times faster I/O response without using front drive bays. You can add five more drives with Synology DX517 to expand storage capacity.
- Synology Drive provides a built-in universal portal to access your data anytime and anywhere and synchronize all your files across platforms, including Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS.
- Lacks 2.5GbE LAN Ports
- USB limited to Gen 1
- The external drive uses eSATA
It looks new, has a better CPU, and now has NVMe caching, but without an upgrade to the LAN connections, the extra performance is hard to exploit.