TerraMaster: here are the new RAID systems with Thunderbolt 3

TerraMaster’s new dedicated RAID chip offers significant performance improvements in RAID storage products and the Thunderbolt 3 connection ensures high speeds in moving data

TerraMaster, a company specializing in innovative archiving products, is pleased to announce the availability of new RAID storage solutions equipped with an updated hardware RAID chip, capable of offers significantly faster data transfer performance. The upgraded hardware RAID chip solution is now included in a wide range of professional TerraMaster Thunderbolt 3 DAS products, including TD2 Thunderbolt 3, D5 5-bay Thunderbolt 3, D8 8-bay Thunderbolt 3 e D16 Professional-grade 16-bay Thunderbolt 3 DAS-RAID DAS.

The hardware RAID solution enable RAID 0/1/5/6/10/50 options, as long as the number of hard drives installed allows it, greatly improving office efficiency and productivity thanks to significantly improved performance. These upgraded solutions are ideal for high-speed data access in applications with large data storage needs, including professional and prosumer applications such as 4K video editing, photography, 3D animation. Some examples are Apple Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Lightroom.

TerraMaster: here are the new RAID systems with Thunderbolt 3

TerraMaster: Updated hardware RAID solution offers superior performance

New upgraded hardware RAID chip significantly improves performance, increasing the reading speed of the HDD up to 63% and the writing speed up to 88% compared to the latest generation products. When using SSDs, the speeds are up to 32% and 25% faster read / write respectively.

Advantages Hardware RAID

The use of uA hardware RAID solution unloads the host CPU, improving the performance and productivity of the application as the processor is free to work on other user tasks rather than managing the data transfer. Unexpected power outages pose a substantial risk of data corruption in software RAID environments. THE products with built-in flash memory can provide faster and more efficient backup and restore capabilities, providing additional security solutions for data storage in addition to performance improvements.

TerraMaster: here are the new RAID systems with Thunderbolt 3

Lower total cost of ownership (TCO)

Besides improve productivity and data security, competing RAID storage solutions with software RAID require the software to run on the host system, which can also represent an additional cost after purchase. Therefore, despite the slightly more expensive initial investment, the TerraMaster Thunderbolt 3 series with hardware RAID offers businesses a lower TCO.

The advantage of Thunderbolt RAID storage

Connectivity Thunderbolt 3 da 40 Gb / s delivers the extreme speeds required for a native-type storage experience, with compatibility for the latest MacOS Big Sur operating system. Both are supported 3.5 inch SATA HDD than 2.5 inch SSD, while several Thunderbolt-enabled RAID storage devices can be connected in sequence to meet even the most specific and complex storage needs. Compatible Mac laptops can even be recharged using the 15 Watts delivered from the USB-C PD connector.

TerraMaster: here are the new RAID systems with Thunderbolt 3

Here are the details on TerraMaster Thunderbolt 3 hardware RAID storage solutions:

  • D16 Thunderbolt 3 offers up to 288TB of storage with speeds up to 2100MB / s. Available at € 2,999.00.
  • D8 Thunderbolt 3 offers up to 144TB of storage with speeds up to 2100MB / s. Available for € 1,599.99.
  • D5 Thunderbolt 3 offers up to 90TB of storage with speeds up to 1035MB / s. Available for € 699.99.
  • TD2 Thunderbolt 3 provides up to 36TB of storage with speeds up to 800MB / s. Available for € 299.99.

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