ATTO Technology has announced support for the new Apple Mac Pro, a powerful desktop computer designed for video and audio editing applications.
Now that Apple has re-introduced expansion capabilities to the Mac Pro platform, ATTO will provide PCIe-based storage and network connectivity solutions long sought after by the Mac community. The company also said it will support macOS Catalina, the new Mac operating system due later this year.
ATTO said it will support the new Apple Mac Pro and macOS Catalina with Thunderbolt, Ethernet, Fibre Channel and SAS/SATA connectivity. ATTO adapter hardware and drivers are already compatible with the Mac platform.
ATTO gives Mac users connectivity technologies purpose made for creative professionals, like ATTO Advance Data Streaming (ADS) Technology which manages latency and smooths data streams, and ATTO MultiPath Director for Fibre Channel SANs, along with tuned and optimized drivers.
ATTO ThunderLink Thunderbolt adapters continue to provide a Thunderbolt 3 solution for Mac platforms like the current Mac Pro, iMac Pro and Mac mini.
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