Synology DVA3219, SA3400 and UC3200

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At the Synology Solutions Exhibition, Synology unveiled 3 New Models - a flash Station, a Unified controller and a Deep Video Analytics NVR.

  • DVA3219 : Deep Video Analytics NVR

    Synology DVA3219 will have Deep Video Analytics, powered by Nvidia Geforce GTX1050ti. Some of the Deep Video Analytics it will have will be - People Identification, mission object identification, and Anomaly Detection. Deep Learning and AI is definitely going to be there and the computing power required for this will come from GTX1050. The device will itself have only Intel Atom C3538 processor.

    This is going to be really interesting to see AI at work on this. Synology first introduced Synology Moments powered by AI, which could automatically identify places and objects in pictures. Now they have taken it further on the Surveillance too.
  • UC3200 - Unified Controller Series. 12 Bay Active-Active Dual Controller.

    This is Synology's First Active-Active Storage Server. Though we had the option of having Dual controller in a RC18015XS+ , this is the first single chassis Dual Controller. UC Stands for Unified Controller. This will have a Dual CPU and RAM, so in case of any Hardware failure, your services will still run uninterrupted. You still have to protect your hard drives since the only Redundancy hard drives has is that of RAID. If you want Double redundancy on the drives too, you can always make a HA cluster with 2 Synology Devices.
  • SA3400 - SAS Storage 12 Bay Rackmount with intel Xeon

    This Intel Xeon powered NAS will have SAS/SATA Drive Support. This will be interesting for Enterprise users looking for the Reliability and Performance of the SAS drives.

Release date of any of these is not yet confirmed.

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