Oxford 936 – RAID5 on the cheap coming soon

This is cool:


Oxford’s 936 chip supports a four-drive RAID5 set, no drivers needed. I don’t know the price, but chances are it should allow for inexpensive RAID5 boxes in the very near future. FW400/800, USB, and eSATA in, supporting SATA drives. I’ll guess we’ll see empty cases in the $200-$300 range.

That’ll make lots of people (including me) very happy.

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  1. I saw that the price for the chip is around $50 and, somewhat in line with that, Addonics offers two flavors of a 1-to-4 SATA port multiplier based on this chip for $90.