Basic Network Attached Storage

This system is built around the Synology 4 bay DiskStation DS418, providing capacity for 4 drives, and over 40TB of raw single volume capacity. This NAS can be set up as a 9TB RAID 5 (with single drive fault tolerance), or a 6TB RAID 6 (with dual drive fault tolerance).

It comes with a quad-core 1.4Ghz processor, 2GB DDR4 memory, and twin gigabit ethernet ports with support for failover and link aggregation. The NAS chassis also has drive locks, giving you extra piece of mind about data security.

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Synology 4 bay DiskStation DS418 | 4x Barracuda 3TB

This Basic Network Attached Storage is $1100 as currently designed above

All systems by Top Flight Computers are able to be custom-built to your needs

Each and every system designed by Top Flight Computers has been designed with The Top-Flight Process in mind

This system is available with optional extended warranties, as well as a recurring maintenance package. Selecting a recurring maintenance package will reduce the system cost

Prices are subject to change with the market. The above cost is not guaranteed

Please contact us if you would like to purchase this system, would like to build it on your own, or have design questions

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Overall System Performance

This Basic Network Attached Storage Solution can be set up as a 9TB RAID 5 (with single-drive fault tolerance), or a 6TB RAID 6 (with dual-drive fault tolerance).

System Core

NAS Chassis - Synology 4 bay DiskStation DS418: This system is built around the Synology 4 bay DiskStation DS418, providing capacity for 4 drives, and over 40TB of raw single volume capacity.

It comes with a quad-core 1.4Ghz processor, 2GB DDR4 memory, and twin gigabit ethernet ports with support for failover and link aggregation.

The NAS chassis also has drive locks, giving you extra piece of mind about data security.

Storage

Main Drive - Seagate Barracuda 3TB: This NAS is equipped with 4 internal hard drives, and can be set up as a 9TB RAID 5 (with single drive fault tolerance), or a 6TB RAID 6 (with dual drive fault tolerance). Other RAID types are possible, depending on situation.

We do not recommend setting up this NAS in RAID 0, and only sometimes in RAID 1.