The ATTO ThunderLink FC 2162 acts as an external Thunderbolt 2 to Fibre Channel adapter, connecting Thunderbolt enabled all-in-one systems and laptops to 16Gb/s Fibre Channel networks and storage devices. With dual channel configurations, the 16Gb/s Fibre Channel Desklink Device is an ideal solution for users looking to achieve the highest I/O and data throughput for advanced video and access to IT applications. ThunderLink 16Gb/s Desklink Devices offer driver support for Mac® and Windows® (Linux® when Thunderbolt-enabled systems become available), providing a single connectivity solution for customers with multiple operating system environments.
ATTO has over 20 years of experience developing high performance and reliable Fibre Channel storage connectivity solutions. ATTO ThunderLink™ Fibre Channel products provide creative professionals using Thunderbolt enabled hosts, cost effective access to Fibre Channel networks and storage not previously available using FireWire or USB. The integrated family of ThunderLink products boasts an extensive list of customer design wins and certifications with respected industry partners. This product is Mac® and Windows® platform certified.
All ATTO Thunderbolt product utilize Advanced Data Streaming (ADS™) Technology which maximizes CPU processes to deliver smooth and reliable data transfers and the highest consistent performance as well as our easy to use ConfigTool™, an intuitive GUI, which enables management, monitoring and configuration.
Includes CEE 7/7 (SHUKO) power cord and BS 1363 UK10 power cord
Able to achieve maximum line rate of Thunderbolt 2.
Two optical SFP+ LC modules included
Dual 20Gb Thunderbolt 2 with DisplayPort and device daisy-chain support
Exclusive Advanced Data Streaming (ADS™) Technology
Auto Negotiation to 16Gb, 8Gb and 4Gb devices
Supports Mac® OS X 10.6.8 or greater, and Windows® 10, 8.1, 8, 7 or greater
ATTO Config Tool, a Graphical User Interface, for customized performance settings
3-year standard product warranty
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