CMS Velocity2 RAID Backup System

by Larry Emmott on March 6, 2007

in Hardware,Security

CMS Velocity2 RAID Backup System – Review by PC Magazine

It’s a matter of time before the drive(s) in your mission-critical desktop or workstation fail. The Velocity2 RAID Backup System is a “belt and suspenders” type of backup drive, but if you’re the kind of user who regularly burns out hard drives, it’s the drive you’re looking for.

Blazingly fast drive transfer. RAID 0, 1, JBOD, single-volume compliant. Relatively quiet. User-serviceable drives. Uses standard SATA drives as replacements. Includes comprehensive backup utility. Compact chassis. Quick and easy to configure. Tool-less drive replacement.

Quite pricey on a per-GB basis.

This system in PC Magazine could be a great security system for a dental office. It is a bit expensive, the 500GB version goes for about $1,100. However that is still a lot less than the $4,000 RAID V systems many vendors want to sell us. Follow the link for details including a photo, it looks like a space age toaster.

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