Promise Technolgy Pegasus R4 8TB Thunderbolt RAID System

Promise Technolgy Pegasus R4 8TB Thunderbolt RAID System
$1,499.00

Availability: In stock

Ports: 2  x Thunderbolt @ 10Gbit/s (or 1250MB/s)
Max Data Transfer Rate : Over 500MB/s
Mechanism: 4 x 2TB SATA 3.5" HDD
RAID: 0, 1, 5, 10
System Requirements: Mac OS X v10.6.8 or later
                                      Windows 7 and Windows 8
                                      100MB of free hard-drive space
                                       Mac or PC with Thunderbolt port
                                       Thunderbolt cable (sold separately)
Power Supply :  AC Voltage: 90-100W with PFC, 100-230V auto-ranging, 50-  
                          60Hz AC
Dimensions: 7.7  x 7.3 x 9.9 in
Weight: 18 lb.
Warranty: 2 Year Promise Technology Warranty
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Pegasus R4 is the First 4-bay High Performance Hardware RAID Solutions designed to unleash the raw power of Thunderbolt™ technology. Thunderbolt technology is a new, high-speed, dual-protocol I/O technology designed for performance, simplicity, and flexibility. This high-speed I/O technology is capable of delivering a blistering two channels of 10 Gb/s (1.25GB/s) per port of performance.

                                       

With I/O rates of over 800 MB/s, Pegasus delivers a massive and unprecedented leap in performance, allowing amateur professionals, audio engineers, photographers, and post production engineers, to unleash the raw power of Pegasus, enabled with Thunderbolt Technology. Final Cut professionals can ingest, edit, and playback, multiple streams of uncompressed HD (8-bit and 10-bit) video, while protecting valuable workflows, audio sessions, and other creative media content, with PROMISE's award winning, enterprise level, RAID6 engine (features mature error handling schemes for the ultimate in data protection). Graphic artists utilizing Photoshop and Maya 3D animation can both manipulate and archive high resolution graphics on Pegasus, with relative ease and lightning fast responsiveness
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