Highpoint RocketStor 6328 Dual Thunderbolt 2 - 20Gbps Bi-directional External Raid Adaptor Box
Highpoint RocketStor 6328 Dual Thunderbolt 2 - 20Gbps Bi-directional SATA/SAS/SSD External Raid Box for Win/MAC OS
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HighPoint's palm-sized RocketStor 6328 may just be the worlds' most compact and efficient hardware RAID solution! Small enough to slip into a hand bag, yet packed to the brim with power and versatility, the RocketStor 6328 is the perfect storage companion for Thunderbolt™ 2 capable Notebook PC's and Mac book portables.
The stylish and tough palm-sized all-aluminum enclosure is powerful enough to stream 4K video while simultaneously transferring terabytes worth of HD media to multiple small-form factor Mini-SAS and eSATA storage chassis - all from a single Thunderbolt™ connection!
Built for Professionals – No-Compromise Power and Portability
Portable storage connectivity solutions typically trade power and flexibility for slim packaging and instant accessibility. The RocketStor 6328 no-holds barred approach to storage connectivity turns convention on its head; delivering unprecedented levels of performance, flexibility and Plug-and-play usability into a tiny, self-contained enclosure! Designed with maximum portability in mind, the RocketStor 6328 is an ideal RAID and connectivity solution for today's mobile professional; perfectly suited for work in the field and on-site post-production environments.
The built hardware RAID-on-Chip controller supports RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 50 and JBOD configurations and delivers the uncompromised performance and superior data protection demanded by professional 4K media applications. HighPoint's industry-proven RAID technology, backed by their innovative TerabyteGuard™ Data security suite, ensures storage configurations remain online and fully accessible, even in the case of disk failure. A full-featured user friendly Management interface makes creating, maintaining and recovering RAID and storage configurations a snap.
Comprehensive, Hassle-Free Storage Expansion
The Thunderbolt™ 2 transfer bandwidth easily handles the industry's most robust storage interfaces, and delivers an unprecedented level of storage expansion capability The dual external Mini-SAS ports directly supports up to 8 SAS/SATA hard drives and SSD's, up to twenty when paired with SATA Port Multiplier capable drive enclosures, and as many as 128 via SAS Expander - all through a single Thunderbolt™ port! Features • Stylish, palm-sized easily portable design
• Dual Thunderbolt 2 Ports
• Hardware RAID 0,1,5,6,10,50 & JBOD
• Supports any SAS and SATA HDD & SSD
• Comprehensive RAID storage Management Suite
• Comprehensive Storage Expansion: Mini-SAS, Port Multiplier & SAS Expander
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