Computer peripheral firm mLogic has launched mSpeed and mSAN Thunderbolt 3 RAID solutions at NAB 2018 in Las Vegas organised by National Association of Broadcasters. Company informed that the new mSpeed desktop RAID systems feature 8 or 12 removable drive modules, Thunderbolt 3 connectivity and data transfer rates up to 2600 MB/second. Whereas mSAN, a shared storage system, enables up to four computers to directly attach to the unit via Thunderbolt 3. Both units are bundled with a full version of KYNO, a media management app for macOS and Windows.
mSpeed comes with 8- or 12-bay desktop RAID with Thunderbolt 3 connectivity. It supports RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10 or JBOD operation and offers performance up to 2600 MB/second. It will be shipped unpopulated, means user can add their own hard drives or SSDs.
mSAN comes with 12-bay desktop or 16-bay rack mountable RAID with four Thunderbolt 3 ports. To run SAN software and MDC are needed. It can directly connect up to four host systems – expandable to 16 hosts and supports RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10 or JBOD operation. It offers performance up to 2600 MB/second. It will be shipped unpopulated, means user can add their own hard drives or SSDs.
“Our new mSpeed and mSAN Thunderbolt 3 storage solutions use enterprise-class RAID controllers that offer superior performance and protection at a price that is unmatched in the industry,” said Roger Mabon, CEO of mLogic. “The units ship unpopulated enabling users to add their own hard drives or SSDs or a combination of both. mSpeed is the ideal high-speed RAID for content creation applications and mSAN is the only Thunderbolt shared storage solution on the planet.”
mSpeed and mSAN are available now from mLogic’s global network of authorised resellers and distributors. The price starts at $2,099.