Synology 2023 AND BEYOND - Together, we are stronger

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Synology 2023 AND BEYOND - Together, we are stronger

Synology unveiled upcoming technologies that would help companies accomplish more, be more robust, and better handle IT issues by utilizing the strength and adaptability of hybrid cloud architectures and a burgeoning ecosystem of tightly integrated solutions.

Synology 2023 AND BEYOND - Together, we are stronger
Synology 2023 AND BEYOND - Together, we are stronger

Significant product developments in data management, data protection, and IT infrastructure security have raised the bar for dependability, security, and scalability.

Data management

An even more secure foundation
Full-volume encryption, which would increase storage performance by 48% over shared folder-based encryption and offer higher security, will be a feature of DSM 7.2, slated for release in early 2023. In DSM 7.2, WORM (write once, read many) files will also be added. For a specific time, these tamper-proof folders forbid data from being changed or removed. Additionally, they aid in protecting data from ransomware and other cyber threats, just like the new immutable backups in Hyper Backup, which forbid any changes after they are produced.

Share and collaborate with ease.
Updates to Synology Drive, the company's private cloud service, help keep information safe while teams collaborate by adding watermarks and download restrictions. Remote wipe features assist in lowering security risks by wiping synced folders from stolen Windows and macOS clients. Bulk deployment is made simpler by provisioning backup and syncing chores, as well as automatic login using AD credentials after mass deployment.

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Data sharing through SMB will be more effective and safe in DSM 7.2. Between SMB file shares and Synology Drive, file locking across protocols prevents in-use files from being changed or overwritten. On the other side, SMB multichannel transfer capabilities use all available network connections between servers and clients to notably enhance SMB file transfer performance.

Next-generation storage servers
Furthermore, in 2023, new scale-out systems for file and object storage will be accessible. Compared to Synology's existing most comprehensive solutions, scale-out clusters will be considerably faster and have near-linear performance and capability scaling when more units are added.

With clusters of up to 60 servers, the first generation of scale-out systems may support sequential write performance of more than 60 GB/s, more than 80,000 concurrent connections, and more than 12 PB of effective storage. The clusters will support Synology's Hyper Backup and Active Backup data protection suites and have a 99.99% uptime guarantee.

Data protection

Worldwide backup management
Regardless of scale or location, a new Active Backup and C2 Backup management platform aims to deliver seamless administration, deployment, and monitoring of backup tasks throughout an organization's IT infrastructure. The new platform combines cloud-based and on-premises Synology solutions, providing managed service providers and IT managers with the most effective tools for safeguarding and assuring speedy recovery of any device or service.

Video surveillance

AI-powered cameras
Synology 500 Series IP cameras, which will be available in early 2023, will provide greater performance, security, and integration, with all camera settings managed directly from Surveillance Station. Edge AI capabilities like an incursion detection zone guarding free up recording server resources, allowing for larger AI-powered deployments. At the same time, dedicated processing speeds up person and vehicle searches everywhere in the video frame.

Synology 500 Series cameras are available in two sizes and have 5 MP sensors for wide-angle 16:9, 3K (2880x1620) recording at 30 frames per second. The cameras accept PoE and are weatherproof (IP67), allowing for versatile interior and outdoor deployment. Synology 500-series cameras are NDAA/TAA compliant in the United States and are built for security, with similar security breakthroughs and hardening approaches seen on Synology enterprise products.

Hybrid-cloud services

Automated breach and misuse detection
To automatically stop user actions that violate data protection policies, Active Insight is advancing. The brand-new data loss prevention tool monitors user actions like logins, file access, and task creation for sharing, in addition to checking the checksums of uploaded or shared files. The system can provide alerts or take action, like disconnecting customers who may be infected with ransomware, when particular thresholds or rules are reached.

Securing devices and credentials
With a focus on fusing outstanding security standards with ease, the Synology C2 Identity platform is growing. In 2023, C2 Identity will be improved to support passwordless logins to local and remote services and devices. Simple authentication is made possible on C2 Identity-managed endpoints thanks to integration with Windows Hello and Apple's Face ID/Touch ID.

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When coupled with a future C2 Identity user portal, employees using managed endpoints can be automatically signed in to web applications that support SAML, with the option to activate 2FA for more sensitive applications like an organization's ERP or CRM systems.


A new Wi-Fi 6 router with advanced networking features
The new WRX560, based on the SRM 1.3 architecture, provides comparable top-tier network management features to the RT6600ax at a more affordable price. The WRX560 may be easily added as a mesh node to any RT6600ax router or used as a standalone solution for homes and workplaces. It includes potent built-in dual-band radios and a 2.5GbE LAN/WAN connector.

Visit the Synology 2023 event page at for additional details.

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