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Enhance Technology Increases Storage Density with 4TB Drive Support

"After a long and thorough validation process, we have certified a number of 4TB drive models including Western Digital WD4001FYYG Nearline SAS in our Enterprise-class systems and Hitachi HGST 7K400 Deskstar & Ultrastar SATA drive models across our desktop brands. 4TB drive options now give our customers a huge capacity boost for growing storage needs," said Luis Rodriguez, for Enhance Technology. "With the increase in customers offering cloud-based services and the need for long-term, local data retention, our 4TB models offer customers a cost-effective solution that addresses their capacity goals while reducing acquisition costs. In addition, growth in new markets such as 3D cinema and high resolution geophysical imaging create the perfect opportunity for customers to take 4TB-equipped solutions into serious consideration."

Enhance Technology storage products along with 4TB disk combinations will empower uses with solutions that are both proven and scalable, up to 256TB, within a single storage tier. This amount of density results in significant cost savings for customers through the reduction of physical hardware and through the reduction of energy costs associated with operating multiple units to meet their capacity demands. "Enhance Technology is ready to help users leverage high capacity storage by providing affordable and qualified solutions designed to meet their demands today and tomorrow," noted Rodriguez.

4TB SAS Drive System Models Include

– UltraStor ES3160 Series
– UltraStor DS316F8
– UltraStor RS16 Series

4TB SATA Drive System Models Include

– EnhanceRAID E400IP
– EnhanceRAID E500FR
– Proavio IS316JS
– Proavio EB400CR
– Proavio EB800MS

Contact Information:
Enhance Technology, Inc.
Luis Rodriguez
Contact via Email

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