Edit: After half day, my wife’s Mac started having the same problem. I have then applied the solution that I found in the Apple
Buffalo Updates Storage Line
Buffalo Technology, have announced the availability of two brand new products. The first, IFC-EC2U3UC 2-port USB 3.0 Express Interface Card, which allows users to upgrade their laptops to take advantage of SuperSpeed USB 3.0.
Offering data transfer speeds of up to 5Gbps which 10 times faster than traditional USB 2.0, users can easily import and transfer large data files such as videos, photos, music and office files faster than ever before. The USB 3.0 Express Interface Card is also backward compatible and will work with any USB 2.0 device.
The second device released is the latest version of its TeraStation III iSCSI product range, available for Desktop or 1U Rackmount.
Ideal for small and medium businesses that have an existing iSCSI infrastructure, the Buffalo TeraStation III iSCSI Desktop and 1U Rackmount provides its users with a high performance and reliable storage solution. With data transfer speeds of up to 92MB/s critical business data can be managed, stored and backed up quickly, efficiently and securely.
The TeraStation III iSCSI Desktop and 1U Rackmount comes fully populated with four drives, providing RAID 0, 1, 5, 10 and standard o ensure data is continuously protected. The desktop unit is available in capacities of 2TB and 4TB, whilst the 1U Rackmount unit is available in 2TB, 4TB, 6THB and 8TB.
Paul Hudson, Northern European Sales Director, Buffalo Technology, said: “The potential for iSCSI within small and medium sized business environments is enormous. The TeraStation III iSCSI will allow organisations to back up all their data and make it appear as just another drive on the server.
The beauty of iSCSI is that you can aggregate a lot of different devices into one logical volume and for IT managers this makes life infinitely easier and cheaper than backing up to the primary storage tier. For companies with 3 or more storage devices, RAID 5 can be applied ensuring high levels of data redundancy in a very cost effective way.
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