CalDigit (http://www.caldigit.com) is now offering support for 2TB
hard drives. Previously 1.5TB drives were the maximum capacity
available to users. CalDigit is now offering a 33% increase in
storage at no additional cost and, lesser capacity products now have
a lower price tag.
The CalDigit VR is now available in capacities up to 4TB. Supporting
a quadruple interface for easy connectivity, the CalDigit VR’s
modular design also provides two hot swappable drive modules. It
sports a front LCD and includes software for configuration and
monitoring. It has support for RAID 0, 1, JBOD and SPAN. The CalDigit
VR starts at US$49.
The HDElement is an external storage solution that harnesses the
power of the CalDigit RAID Card. It’s now available in capacities of
up to 8TB, in the same compact enclosure. The CalDigit RAID Card
provides RAID 0, 1, 5, 6 and JBOD support to the HDElement, and with
three ports up 24TB of storage can be run off a single card (up to
32TB combined with internal drives). The HDElement starts at $1,149
— or $1,499 with the CalDigit RAID Card.
The HDOne and HDPro are now available in capacities up to 16TB ad
boast technologies like ASTT and advanced software like RAID Shield.
The HDOne now starts at $3,999 and HDPro at $5,999.