8-Bay RAID Enclosure
- HDD sleep mode is synchronized with the PC’s power
- Internal power supply
- Users can install 2~8 HDDs depends
- on different RAID mode
- Multi-function LED displays
10 Times Faster
The full-duplex data transfers capability allows the sending and receiving of data (at the same time) at 10 times faster than an equivalent card of USB 2.0 Standard. The maximum speed of USB 3.0 is 5Gbps, which enables the data transfer up to 25GB within a minute.
Supports 32 TB
Maximum addressable capacity 32TB via the USB 2.0 / USB 3.0 interfaces.
Native 4KN Hard Drive Not Supported.
Powers off in synchronizatin with PC.
HDD X 8 (Supported)
All 8 HDDs are recognized when they are installed.
Comes with auto / manual modes & 3 levels of speed for best convention. Smart Fan functions: ● Thermal-sensor built-in ● Auto & manual modes ● 3 levels of speed
Spanning concatenates multiple hard drives as a single large volume; resulting in a seamless expansion of virtual volumes beyond the physical limitations of separately connected hard drives. The data are written frim HDD1 to HDD8. RAID 0, JBOD Spanning Only, Non-Single JBOD
Striping is a method of concatenating multiple hard drives into one logical storage unit. It is the automated process of writing data across multiple drives simultaneously. Striping is used to increase the performance of disk reads. The multiple hard drives will write data in “column” effect. If one drive in a striped set fails, all of the data in the stripe set is lost.
Distributed parity requires all drives but one to be present to operate; drive failure requires replacement, but the array is not destroyed by a single drive failure. Upon drive failure, any subsequent reads can be calculated from the distributed parity such that the drive failure is masked from the end user. The array will have data loss in the event of a second drive failure and is vulnerable until the data that was on the failed drive is rebuilt onto a replacement drive.
RAID 50 combines multiple RAID 5 arrays with RAID 0 Striping. RAID 50 offers highest level of redundancy and performance. RAID 50 can sustain one to four drive failures while maintaining data integrity if each failed disk is in a different RAID 5 array. In RAID 50 the total addressable volume is 2 times the smallest layer of RAID 5 array. RAID 50 requires at least 6 Hard drives.
RAID 1 + 0
RAID 1+0 is mirrored(Raid 1) sets in a striped(Raid 0) set .