News tagged ‘sonnet’
Tuesday, 4 Feb 2014
Sonnet Announces Echo Express III-D, III-R, and SE II Expansion Chassis with Thunderbolt 2 Technology
Sonnet has announced that its Echo Express III-D (desktop), Echo Express III-R (rackmount), and Echo Express SE II (desktop) Thunderbolt-to-PCIe card expansion chassis are the first devices of their kind to ship with 20Gbps Thunderbolt 2 interfaces.
Monday, 23 Sep 2013
Sonnet has announced its Tango 3.0 PCIe, a combination USB 3.0 and FireWire 800 PCIe adapter card.
Monday, 16 Sep 2013
Sonnet has announced the Echo Express SE II, the replacement for the Echo Express II Thunderbolt-to-PCIe expansion chassis.
Friday, 26 Jul 2013
Sonnet has introduced the compact Presto Gigabit USB 3.0 that allows you to add Gigabit Ethernet-wired networking connectivity to Mac and Windows computers with USB 3.0 ports.
Tuesday, 9 Apr 2013
Sonnet has announced the Echo 15 Thunderbolt Dock, a full featured docking station for Mac and Windows computers equipped with Thunderbolt ports.
Friday, 8 Mar 2013
Sonnet Technologies has launched the Presto 10GbE 1-Port and Presto 10GbE Server 2-Port 10-Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) PCIe cards which enable users to connect their computers and servers to high-speed infrastructure and storage systems using the 10GbE standard.
Friday, 15 Feb 2013
Sonnet Technologies has upgraded its Tempo SSD and Tempo SSD Pro 6Gbps SATA PCIe 2.5-inch SSD cards to support booting in Mac Pro computers.
Friday, 14 Dec 2012
Featuring two PCIe slots, the new Echo Express II Thunderbolt-to-PCIe expansion chassis allows the use of a wide variety of high-performance PCI Express cards with any computer with a Thunderbolt port.
Monday, 17 Sep 2012
Sonnet has announced the Echo Express SE 10 Gigabit Ethernet Thunderbolt Adapter and the Echo Express SE eSATA Pro 4-Port Thunderbolt Adapter.
Wednesday, 1 Aug 2012
The latest addition to Sonnet's Echo family of Thunderbolt expansion chassis for PCIe cards was designed for users who require a simple way to connect an adapter card to their computers. Supporting most of Thunderbolt-compatible PCIe cards, the SE is lighter and more compact when compared to its siblings.