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      David from Vermont has a son who is a talented hockey player destined for the pros! He needs to store a lot of videos of him playing.

      I recommended a NAS device for keeping long term data at home, quickly accessible, resilient to a single disk failure. Then using external hard drives for off-site (safe deposit box), can get more as he uses up space on the NAS. When using any of these NAS devices they state they have 32TB of storage when in reality they will lose 1/4 of that storage space for fault tolerance of losing a single disk in the devices raid array.

      Supported app matrix for WD My Cloud NAS devices – a few are Plex media server (we have suggested to other caller q’s), Dropbox, Acronis if they would also like to image their home computers / laptops to the NAS https://support-en.wd.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/14709

      WD My Cloud EX4100 WDBWZE0320KBK – NAS server – 32 TB – Dual Core processor $1,299.99 https://amzn.to/3oPPiwy

      WD 32TB My Cloud Pro Series PR4100 NAS – WDBNFA0320KBK-NESN – Quad Core processor $1,699.54 https://amzn.to/2GkuCvg


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