Sonnet this week announced a a number of Thunderbolt products. Thunderbolt is the new interface introduced recently with the MacBook Pro, and likely will extend to most of Apple's computer lineup.
The company announced three storage solutions, one using SSD. The Fusion F2TBR is a dual SSD product using a RAID 0 configuration. The Fusion F2TBR offers transfers of up to 640 MB/s. The Fusion E400TBR5 is a four drive RAID 5 box with storage up to 12 TB and data transfers up to 400 MB/sec, and lastly the Fusion D800TBR5 is an 8 drive RAID 5 box with storage up to 24 TB and up to 800 Mb/sec.
The Sonnet announced the Echo Express PCIe 2.0, which is an expansion chassis with a Thunderbolt port. The card allows computers with a PCI Express 2.0 slot to add Thunderbolt.
Sonnet also announced a couple Thunderbolt adapters. The Allegro FW800 Thunderbolt Adapter allows users to connect FireWire 800 devices to a Thunderbolt Device. The Presto Gigabit Ethernet Thunderbolt Adapter allows users to connect a Gigabit Ethernet cable to Thunderbolt.
Sonnet said it expects the products to start shipping this summer. No pricing was announced at this time.
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