WD, a Western Digital company and storage solutions manufacturer, has released the WD Sentinel DX4200 storage server. The WD Sentinel DX4200 is a complete solution using Windows Storage Server, designed to meet the demands of today's SMBs by combining Windows Storage Server 2012 R2 workgroup operating system and the Intel Atom C2338 Dual Core CPU. With up to 16 TB of capacity, the WD Sentinel DX4200 enables small businesses to expand their office storage by upgrading the drives as the demands of their businesses grow.
“The WD Sentinel DX4200 provides the enterprise grade storage and file services capabilities of Windows Storage Server 2012 R2 workgroup, in a compact package that is ideal for the SMB segment,” says John Loveall, principal program manager, Windows Server and System Center, Microsoft. “We are pleased to work with WD to serve our mutual customers.”
Whether personal or professional, digital content and important files are invaluable and often irreplaceable. WD’s Sentinel DX4200 utilizing Windows Storage Server provides several ways for businesses to protect their information without user intervention. The device comes pre-populated with WD Se enterprise-class drives, Windows Storage Spaces for data protection, backup software (WD SmartWare Pro Backup), redundant networking ports, and a redundant power option. WD Sentinel DX 4200 provides data protection for every device on the small office network and is supported by one-year of WD Guardian Services.
WD Sentinel DX4200 small office storage server is available at select U.S. retailers and online at the wdstore.com. MSRP is $1699.99 USD for 8 TB and $2199.99 USD for the 16 TB.