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January 7, 2013, 09:17 AM
If LaCie's 2big Thunderbolt isn't quite large enough to handle your storage needs, a solution is on the way. At CES, the outfit has revealed the robust 5big Thunderbolt series that can handle five hot-swappable drives (as the moniker suggests) while offering up to 20TB capacity with advertised speeds capable of notching 785MB/sec (we witnessed 750MB/sec with our own peepers) -- when appropriately configured.#thunderbolt#raid#lacie#20tb#das
January 7, 2013, 09:10 AM
LaCie has announced the 5big Thunderbolt Series, a new addition to the 5big family of 5-bay RAID solutions. Configured with five hot-swappable 7,200RPM, 64MB cache HDDs in RAID 0, the new series leverages Thunderbolt to connectivity reach transfer speeds of up to 785MB/s, with a maximum capacity of 20TB.#thunderbolt#raid#lacie#20tb#das
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