Synology® Opens Live Demo Site for Users to Test Drive DSM 2.1
Taipei, Taiwan-April 23, 2009-Synology® today released a new live demo site for users to test drive the Disk Station management software - Disk Station Manager 2.1.
"We are glad to make available the live demo site," said Edward Lin, marketing director of Synology. "We are confident the demo site will help users have a clear insight of intuitive Disk Station Manager 2.1 before making purchase decisions."
Disk Station Manager 2.1 was officially launched in March 2009. Its rich features include photo, video and blog sharing application Photo Station 3, AJAX file explorer File Station 2, music sharing application Audio Station, IP camera management application Surveillance Station 2, Internet download application Download Station 2, and many more useful and original features.
Synology at a Glance
Synology Inc., founded in April 2000 by a duo experienced in system designing and marketing, is a dedicated Network Attached Storage (NAS) products provider located in the Taipei city, Taiwan. With a staunch and united team organization, Synology creates and brings forth NAS servers of originality for the global market. Under the breezy yet conscientious team work, Synology embodies the spirit of vitality, creativity, specialty, and versatility, implanting a new breath into the staid NAS business. With our sustained and substantial investment in research and development, Synology is pursing the laurels of contemporary NAS industry on an international scale.
Synology NAS Servers are designed to fulfill its customers' need of security, performance, energy saving, and functionality on a broad range around the globe from prosumers to corporations. Moreover, to practice commitment made to its widespread customers and to provide every possible means of satisfactory services, Synology is using its best endeavors to the establishment a fully developed customer support and service team. Having a vision beyond the visible, Synology NAS Servers signify -Value.
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