Synology has announced the DVA1622 compact NAS in a desktop form factor. The NAS Synology is designed for use primarily in video surveillance and surveillance system.
The device is enclosed in a case with dimensions of 166 × 106 × 223 mm. It is possible to install two 3.5-inch drives with a SATA interface. Hot-swap disks are allowed.
The basis is the Intel Celeron J4125 processor of the Gemini Lake Refresh generation. The chip combines four cores without multithreading support and an Intel UHD 600 graphics accelerator. The base clock frequency is 2.0 GHz, and the maximum frequency is 2.7 GHz. The amount of RAM is 6 GB (2 + 4 GB).
The NAS Synology DVA1622 has a network port 1GbE LAN (RJ45) and two USB 3.0 connectors, one of which is displayed on the front panel. In addition, there is an HDMI interface. There is also a 92mm fan for better cooling.
It can locate intruders that may take advantage of scarcely monitored areas, discourage loitering in sensitive spots such as driveways or parking lot entrances, and strengthen the access control to your premises without maintaining dedicated staff on site. It reduces health and safety risks by preventing overcrowding, optimizing visitor flows with real-time and historical occupancy data, and ensuring that only authorized personnel can access your premises.
It is noted that DVA1622 is an ideal solution for compact home video surveillance systems and security terminals in confined spaces. Access to video surveillance is provided from any device and at any time. The manufacturer’s warranty is three years.
Synology DVA1622 price and availability
The Synology DVA1622 NAS and AI for surveillance system cost $599.99, and it is already available to buy on the Amazon.com store.
Last week, TerraMaster announced the T6-423 NAS system. The new TerraMaster NAS, built on the Intel hardware platform, is aimed at applications in the segment of small and medium-sized businesses. The NAS network storage is claimed to be a professional-grade solution that costs $699.99.