LaCie knows that there is a market for enterprise users, hence announcing the Enterprise Class range that will comprise of the 4big, d2 and the 2big Quadra Enterprise Class drives. All of them come in different form factors, but they will each hold SATA hard drives while boasting 128-bit AES hardware encryption to keep your data within safe and secure. Apart from that, you will also benefit from hardware RAID support, hot-swap capabilities, 32MB of cache for speedier data transfer and a 1.2 million hour mean time between failure (MTBF) rate. All of these new products bear designer Neil Poulton’s signature styling cues. Prices range from $300 for the 1TB LaCie d2 Quadra Enterprise Class all the way to $1,350 for the 4TB LaCie 4big Quadra Enterprise Class.
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