Thai Nippon Food has announced they have handpicked Synology as its IT partner to elevate its IT infrastructure in terms of security and backup-related solutions.

Thai Nippon Foods Using Synology

Similar to most multi-nation organizations, Thai Nippon Foods’s digital data flows between in-house private servers for local processing and backups in addition to cloud copies.

The issue here is that almost all data is stored within a single server so that when bad stuff happens like ransomware attacks, the entire operation will be disrupted which is exactly what happened before.

As such, management has decided to go worth and scale up the effort to deploy more local file servers to host additional redundant configuration plus backup storages so that in any event, the entire production line can still function properly or at least marginally at best, or quickly restore them back to optimal states at worst.

Thai Nippon Foods Using Synology Simple Architecture

As for how Synology tackles the problem, they first deploy 2x identical 16-bay RackStation units in Synology High Availability active-passive configuration over at Ayutthaya HQ with the same format but 2x 8-bay RackStation units instead for Phitsanulok that guarantees low latency local access for files and data in between branches with minimal annual downtime plus a passive server that kicks in when necessary.

The backup cluster, on the other hand, was given a 2x 16-bay rackmount unit in Synology High Availability configuration as well with Active Backup for Business enabling admins to configure and monitor all endpoints from a central console for protection and quickly restore entire devices or machines from their Synology servers. And yes, a passive server is here for backup as well.

With Synology’s industrial-compliant standards and offerings, Thai Nippon Foods is confident it can stay ahead of the IT security game without getting screwed over by malicious parties leading to financial loss.


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