OWC Digital has recently announced that four of their proven external storage solutions are now available with up to 40TB of capacity. By using 10TB enterprise-class drives in their four-bay storage unites, this now allows for a mere 25% increase in possible storage compared to previous models. Staying true to constantly innovate, OWC reaches new heights in capacity for the following storage solutions:
- ThunderBay 4 RAID 5
- Mercury Elite Pro Qx2 Enterprise Edition
- OWC Rack Pro mini-SAS Enterprise Edition
- OWC Rack Pro Quad-Interface Enterprise Edition
ThunderBay 4 RAID 5 — $3999.99
The OWC ThunderBay 4 RAID 5 features Thunderbolt 2 technology and gives users the optimal balance of storage, performance, and data-redundancy. Utilizing Thunderbolt 2 ports and customizable RAID configurations, the device reaches transfer rates up to 1,342 MB/s in RAID 0 and 723 MB/s in RAID 5. Thanks to a 40TB capacity option — one of the largest for a 4-bay RAID 5 — combined with its ultra-quiet cooling technology and comprehensive disk health monitoring, the ThunderBay 4 is something to be reckoned with.
Mercury Elite Pro Qx2 Enterprise Edition — $3799.99
The OWC Mercury Elite Pro Qx2 features a USB 3.1 Gen 1, eSATA and FireWire 800 interface, multiple drive capacities and customizable drive modes to offer different combinations of speed, capacity, and redundancy for applications like backup, photography, and data management. With 40TB of possible stoage, the Mercury Elite Pro Qx2 is ideal for those needing high-level data storage performance and reliability.
OWC Rack Pro Quad-Interface and OWC Rack Pro mini-SAS Enterprise Editions — $3899.99
OWC’s 1U rack-mounts deliver a lot of storage for server, audio and video production environments than ever before. The OWC Rack Pro Quad-Interface offers flexibility with its USB 3.1 Gen 1, FireWire and eSATA connectivity, supplying both speed and data protection where needed. The OWC Rack Pro mini-SAS offers incredible speed up to 24 GB/s, which is more than three times faster than the Quad-interface version.