Synology shows nas which can transcode in realtime 4K video




Synology has presented at the IFA in Berlin, the successors of the DS214play and the DS414. One of the new devices, called DS216play can realtime 4K material transcoding.

The DS216 runs on a dual core processor from STMicroelectronics, which is clocked at 1.5 GHz and features two Cortex-A9 cores. The device also offers 1GB of DDR3 memory and can transcode in realtime h.265 video, which videos can be displayed directly over the network to another device. It reports the German Computer Base.

According to Synology provides DS216play with two bays in storage space up to 16TB. The nas consumed in sleep mode 6,83W, but it is not known how much they consume when someone requests data. Synology also offers DLNA support, AES256 encryption, and one USB 2.0 and one USB 3.0 port. An SD card reader is there, unlike the DS214play, not. The price is 215 euro, also lower than its predecessor.

In addition, Synology has at the IFA show the big brother of the DS216play, namely the DS416. Which provides the Annapurna AL-212-soc at 1.4GHz speeds of 220MB / s and a write speed of 139MB / s. Moreover, the device would respond less sluggish in hardware encryption thanks to Annapurna. The DS416 also offers four bays, three USB 3.0 ports and two LAN ports. The device will reportedly cost 385 euros.


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