WD NAS cloud storage

Storage solution vendor WD, a division of Western Digital, has launched four new network attached storage (NAS) solutions that allow creative professionals, prosumers and small business users to access their files anywhere, through the cloud.

WD has expanded its My Cloud Expert Series of NAS systems with two new models designed for creative professionals and prosumers that need the ability to save, share, back up, stream and manage large amounts of data. The My Cloud EX2100 and MyCloud EX4100 are two and four-bay systems respectively and are powered by the dual-core Marvell Armada processor. They offer high read/write speeds for simultaneous, high-performance HD media streaming and up to 24 TB of storage capacity

For small businesses, the My Cloud Business Series now includes the My Cloud DL2100 and My Cloud DL4100 as two and four-bay high-performance NAS systems. They’re powered by Intel Atom dual-core processors, feature up to 24TB of storage capacity, and run the Linux-based WD My Cloud operating software.



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