• Thunderbolt™3 interface with 40Gbps of throughput in both channels
  • Solid 4U 24-bay rackmount chassis
  • Supports twenty four (24) SAS/SATA (6G/3Gbps) HDD Trays
  • Supports up to 3 PCIe slots for RAID card, Fibre Channel HBA/10G networking card, and any standard PCIe add-on cards with Thunderbotl Aware’s Driver.
  • Individual key lock on each HDD tray for physical security
  • Server-grade redundant power supply for zero-down-time

More Capacity with Even Higher Speeds

Designed 4U 24-bay storage chassis with support of twenty-four hot-swappable drive trays. As each tray attached with 10TB HDD, total usable storage will come to 240 TB capacity. Additionally, through enclosure’s lightning-fast Thunderbolt™ 3 interface, the ultra large storage is ensured to have higher data transfer bandwidth of up to 2750 MB/s for all kinds of data archiving and real-time editing.

The Ideal Companion to Thunderbolt 3 Mac

Designed to have Thunderbolt™ 3 greatly 40Gbps high-bandwidth for the fastest ever data storage access and operation with multiple professional PCIe cards, which meant to be the perfect companion to your empowered Thunderbolt Mac or workstation.

Broad Range of RAID Card Support

Based on the application and demands, users and professionals are able to choose their own desired brand, model of RAID card in the Thunderbolt™ 3 rackmount storage to work. By utilizing a twenty-four port RAID adapter card inside, the Netstor JBOD immediately turns into an enterprise RAID storage with RAID level protection including 0, 1, 10, 3, 5, 6, 30, 50, and 60.

Expansion for up to 3 PCIe Cards

Provides three PCIe 3.0 slots within the storage chassis that allow the users to make an easy expansion of varied specialty PCIe cards to the Thunderbolt 3 Mac. Except the necessary RAID adapter card to be added, the professionals can still choose to attach two more pro cards such as video capture, video transcoding, audio accelerator, network card and so on in the NA381TB3 to add extra performance to Thunderbolt Mac.

In addition to 3.5″, Drive Tray Supports SSD/2.5″

The drive tray from the Netstor Thunderbolt 3 storage has been considerately designed to work with both SSD/2.5″ HDD and 3.5″ hard drive for various professionals with diverse demands on speed or immense storage capacity.

24/7 Operation Application

The built-in server-grade 650W redundant PSU ensures application running 24/7 with no system downtime to continuously working with the Thunderbolt 3 Mac server.

Dual Thunderbolt 3 Ports – The USB C That Does It All

By the two Thunderbolt™ 3 (USB-C) ports, users can have the first port to computer while the second port to daisy-chain of up to five additional Thunderbolt peripheral devices with two 4K displays or one 5K display being positioned at the very end of the chain. USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10Gbps) is also supported: connecting one USB device to the second port for application is available.

Mac certified, Working with All Series of Thunderbolt Mac

The Thunderbolt™ 3 NA381TB3 has passed Apple’s strict certification test process and is Mac certified, working with all series of Thunderbolt Mac.

Can be Integrated with Mac mini 2018.

Let Mac mini Become the Enterprise-Grade Server

Even though the tiny size of the Mac mini, the advanced designed NA381TB3 with its built-in integrated plate drawer for Mac mini installation is able to provide 24-bay great storage capacity as well as add expansion capability of up to 3 extra third-party PCIe cards to the Mac mini seamlessly and perfectly to have Mac mini turn into a powerful, world-class enterprise server.


I would like to use the NA381TB3 on a Linux Server IBM 3650. Is there any path that we can upgrade/reconfigure our existing box to use our disk storage array on our linux server?

You can change the Thunderbolt interface to external PCIe interface as the attached external PCIe storage.

You need to purchase the kits as the following three lists.


NA960AG3-H for Host

NA960AG3-T Installed for NA381TB enclosure to replace Thunderbolt card.

AAML6815  – PCIe cable for connection between NA960AG3-H and NA960AG3-T

I currently have 2 NA381TB3 and have found an issue when copying specific files form the raid. It crashes the Thunderbolt BUS on my host Macbook Pro.

This problem is caused from the Apple adapter firmware. Since Apple doesn’t provide new firmware. This can be solved by upgrading NA381TB3’s Firmware. Currently the firmware of Netstor Thunderbolt 3 card in the NA381TB3 should be an earlier version. Please contact us directly in order to give you instructions on reverting the NA381TB3 to an earlier version.

Do you have versions of the hard drive backplain board (looks like part number NS310SBP - see attached image) with pin 3 lifted, or do you have modification instructions for lifting pin 3 with the current boards? I only need to replace 2 hard drive back plains, not the full 5.

SAS 12Gb drives with SAS 3.0 standard and SATA 6Gb drives with SATA 3.3 standard define power connector pin3 as Power Disable Pin,but pin1-3 was defined for 3.3V input in older standards. If the backplane power connector provides 3.3V to pin3, it will disable the power of the hard drive and result drive not spin up. Our older backplane provides 3.3V, so these drives will not spin up. Two possible solutions for this case: 1. Paste a tape on the hard drive SAS connector (P1~P3) to block power down control feature, because we do not use this feature. 2. Modify the backplane to remove 3.3V power feature. you can contact with your original supplier for backplane rework assist.