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    High Density HD6500


    Scalable high-density storage server for multi-petabyte applications

    Synology HD6500

    All the space you will ever need

    With 60 bays in a 4U rackmount enclosure and support for up to 300 drives after expansion, the Synology HD6500 is the ideal high-density storage solution for large-scale warm and cold storage applications such as full system backups, video post-production, and large surveillance deployments.


    2 x 10-core Intel Xeon Silver


    Over 6,688/6,662MB/s sequential read/write1


    64 GB DDR4 ECC, expandable to 512 GB


    Expand to 300 drives with four RX6022sas expansion units

    Consistent performance at five times the size

    The HD6500 is designed to scale up to 5 times in capacity with four additional RX6022sas expansion units. SAS multipath-enabled connectivity provides up to double the typical performance together and increased redundancy.

    Built for high reliability

    The HD6500 is built to keep mission-critical data and services accessible, so that businesses can continue to perform even when disaster strikes.

    Out-of-band (OOB) management

    Simplify troubleshooting by managing powered-down devices remotely and accessing critical logs through a dedicated interface.

    Dual power supply

    Reduce the possibility of power disruptions on a single distribution channel or PDU adversely impacting data and service availability with redundant PSUs.

    High-reliability expansion architecture

    Redundant SAS links prevent single points of failure from affecting other expansion units, ensuring higher data and service availability.

    Powerful networking options

    Backup for synology storage systemsBackup for window and linux endpoints

    Centralized, secure and scalable surveillance

    Advanced deployment and analysis options

    Get more with DiskStation Manager

    Take advantage of a host of native productivity, management, and security solutions available in the web-based Synology DSM operating system.