Synology® Adds 3.84 TB SAT5200 to SSD Lineup And Updates Active Backup for M365

The new SSD is designed for reliability in high-capacity all-flash arrays

Synology Inc. has launched the 3.84 terabyte SAT5200 2.5″ solid-state drive. Designed for Synology users requiring high capacity and reliable storage arrays, all the while sustaining high performance low-latency operations for mission-critical work. With the increasingly demanding environment in storage, the SSD is created with enterprise-grade endurance and reliability to help businesses and users tackle intensive workloads with robust data protection.

“Part of designing a reliable storage system requires that companion drives that can consistently sustain heavy read and write operations without any performance degradation. Our SAT5200 SSDs are built specifically to tackle low-latency and consistent performance requirements demanded by our SMB and enterprise customers,” said Julien Chen, Product Manager for Synology solid state drives. 

Designed specifically for Synology systems, SAT5200 SSDs are built to deliver consistently high and dependable performance, over 58,000 4K random write IOPS1. End-to-end data protection and power loss protection circuits ensure that data is safely written to the drive. Integration with Synology DSM provides improved SSD lifespan analysis and insight. SAT5200 drives are rated for 1.3 DWPD under the JESD219A enterprise workload and are intended for mixed-usage deployments.

Synology has also released an update for it’s Active Backup for Business software to coincide with the change of Office 365 to Microsoft 365. With this update, many new features have been added or updated which include: relinking backup tasks and data stored on a Synology NAS, support for backing up and restoring M365 Groups, Distribution List, and Security groups and more. 


Synology 3.84 TB SAT5200 will soon be available through Synology’s solution partners and channel networks. Active Backup for Microsoft 365 is now live via Package Center.

Form Factor2.5″ (SFF)M.2 2280M.2 22110
InterfaceSATA 6GbpsNVMe PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe PCIe 3.0 x4
Capacity (GB)480,960,1920, 3840400 400
Drive Write Per Day (DWPD)1.30.68 0.68
Power Loss ProtectionvV
Lifetime Analytics2v v
Random Read/Write Performance1Up to 98,000 / 67,000 IOPS205,000 / 40,000 IOPS 205,000 / 40,000 IOPS
Warranty5-year limited warranty35-year limited warranty35-year limited warranty3
  1. Performance may vary based on firmware, system configuration, and test setup. (SAT5200-960G) Performance was measured using FIO on Linux with Queue Depth 32 (4 KB = 4,096 bytes). (SNV3400/SNV3500) Performance was measured using FIO on Linux with Queue Depth 256 (4 KB = 4,096 bytes).
  2. Requires Synology DiskStation Manager 6.2.3 or newer.
  3. 5 years or based on SSD S.M.A.R.T. indicators (displayed in DSM > Storage Manager), whichever comes first.

Synology at a Glance

Staying at the forefront of data management, Synology innovates and adapts to ever-evolving technologies, and continues bringing new possibilities to the table, including but not limited to solutions for data storage and backup, file collaboration, video management, and network infrastructure – all designed with one goal in mind – presenting a centralized platform to simplify IT administration while driving digital transformation for businesses worldwide.

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