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SansDigital launches two 5-Bay, eSATA/FW800/USB RAID towers

11/29, 7:10pm

Towers use 3.5-inch; 2.5-inch disks, 2.5-inch SSDs

Sans Digital has released two new five-bay RAID towers in its TowerSTOR series. The 2.5-inch drive oriented TS25CT and its 3.5-inch counterpart the TS35CT have built in hardware RAID processors, supporting RAID 0, 1, 10, 3, 5 and JBOD (just a bunch of disks) or CLONE options. Status information is provided on the tower via LEDs, and software is included for monitoring real-time information from a given volume.

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Sans Digital debuts 2-bay RAID tower, TR2UT

08/16, 1:50pm

New 2-bay RAID announced

Sans Digital has announced the TowerRAID TR2UT, a two-bay storage enclosure, offering eSATA and USB 2.0 interfaces and hardware RAID striping and mirroring. The TR2UT uses a Silicon Image 5744 chipset for its built-in RAID features and the two bays support up to 2TB of storage (1TB in RAID 1 mirroring mode). The tower also offers spanning and JBOD (just a bunch of disks) RAID modes, and offers a trayless design. The new tower will support the Mac OS, as well as Linux and Windows. (Pricing has not been announced.)

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CalDigit announces PCIe RAID card

07/15, 2:00pm

CalDigit RAID card

CalDigit has announced the CalDigit RAID Card, a Mac hardware RAID card, capable of RAID 0, 1, 5, 6 and JBOD. The new card works with any PCIe-equipped computer, and supports four internal drives, with up to twelve external drives and offers full RAID hardware support. It is Mac-bootable and can boot a Boot Camp Windows volume as well. It offers speeds up to 500 MB per second and a current maximum capacity of 16 TB. The card requires Mac OS X 10.4 or higher (and works with Windows and Linux as well) and is available now and lists for $550.

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MaxUpgrades hardware RAID for Mac Pro

05/30, 8:55pm

MaxUpgrade Mac Pro RAID

MaxUpgrades on Friday unveiled the MaxConnect SAS/SATA Link for Mac Pro, a new PCI Express-based RAID solution that uses the existing internal drives on quad- and eight-core Mac Pro systems. The card connects to the internal drives, allowing users to use several RAID configurations, including 0, 1, 5, and 6. In addition, the device offers full HBA and RAID Control support. MaxUpgrades is offering the device for $230 direct from its website.

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HighPoint debuts 4-channel SAS RAID card

05/06, 2:05am

4-channel SAS RAID card

HighPoint has released the RocketRAID 2640X4, a four-channel PCI-Express x4 SAS RAID controller that supports RAID levels (0, 1, 5, 10 and JBOD). The company claims the new SAS RAID controller offers a new level of flexibility, performance and reliability at an affordable price. The RocketRAID 2640X4 PCI-Express x4 bus speed delivers "true SAS performance" that is 2X the throughput speed of SATA bypassing performance bottlenecks that occur with PCI-Express x1 bus speeds limiting SAS performance throughput to SATA speeds, Highpoint claims.

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