Symply Pegasus3 uses Thunderbolt 3 connectivity
The Symply Pegasus3 next-generation desktop system is the perfect solution for creative professionals generating high-resolution video and rich media content on Mac and Windows systems.
The jointly developed Promise and Symply desktop RAID solution features lightning-fast 40 Gb/s Thunderbolt 3 performance, full RAID protection, and the powerful SymplyGO storage management suite.
The Pegasus3 SYMPLY EDITION is available in three models: the Pegasus R4, Pegasus R6, and Pegasus R8, delivering four, six, and eight drive configurations of RAID storage. Each system is tested, performance tuned, and ready to use right out of the box. This is the perfect fit for desktop systems like the new Apple MacBook Pro. Storage system is shipped with a 1m 40 Gb/s Active Thunderbolt 3 cable. The inclusion of dual Thunderbolt 3 ports on the server enables high-speed connectivity at throughput rates up to 40 Gb/s — twice the speed of Thunderbolt 2 — as well as the ability to connect up to six daisy-chained devices.
Symply Pegasus3 RAID storage in a rack-mount configuration
The Pegasus3 SYMPLY EDITION includes a three-year warranty, tech support, and 24/7 online media and creative user support worldwide.The Pegasus3 SYMPLY EDITION lineup is available at select resellers, on the Apple online store and at select Apple retail stores
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