Synology today, introduced Synology ARM Performance Acceleration Technology in its DSM 3.2-1955 update to deliver a substantial performance boost to its NAS servers.
“Synology strives to optimise the performance of its NAS servers, and today adds to its efforts with the ARM Performance Acceleration Technology,” said Evan Tu, software development group manager of Synology Inc. “The Technology enables a DiskStation to surpass its limit, achieving an up to 18.8% gain in performance while ensuring system reliability and stability at the same time,” added Tu. With the ARM Performance Acceleration Technology, for instance, the DS212+ writes faster at 65.69 MB/sec. For more information, please visit http://www.synology.com/releaseNote/DSM3.2_v1955_ARM.php.
The DSM 3.2-1955 update also improves data transfer stability of USB 3.0 storage devices and the compatibility of iSCSI targets with ESXi servers. Users are thus empowered to manage more data in less time and achieve greater productivity.
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