Western Digital?s My Cloud network-attached storage devices are great for storing your data, but they are single-bay devices that can?t offer capacity benefits or mind assuring redundancy of having a RAID array for your data. Millions of people around the world have relied on single-bay or single-drive devices to backup their data. WD has noticed that there has been a major shift to multi-bay network attached storage (NAS) devices this year and market research shows that trend will continue in the years to come. WD realized that they did not offer any multi-bay NAS devices for the consumer market, so they decided to come up with one. WD?s announcement of the My Cloud EX4 today is the answer to this market shift and hopefully the continued growth of the WD brand."
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