Music player for os x. Irvine, California – July 26, 2016 – today announced its Universal File System Driver (UFSD) technology has been selected by to provide advanced connectivity capabilities for the recently launched WD Pro series of products as part of an expanded software license agreement. Building upon Western Digital’s use of Paragon’s NTFS and HFS+ UFSD drivers since 2009, the new agreement calls for Paragon’s to be embedded in a broad range of network attached storage (NAS) devices. In addition to supporting Western Digital’s new My Passport® Wireless Pro Wi-Fi® mobile storage product line, Paragon exFAT drivers will also be provided as a firmware update for the new My Cloud® Pro Series NAS, including the My Cloud® EX2 Ultra, My Cloud® EX2100, My Cloud® EX4100, My Cloud® DL2100 and My Cloud® DL4100 NAS devices. Leveraging Paragon’s UFSD technology for the built-in SD card reader and USB 3.0 port, Western Digital customers can attach their NTFS (Windows), HFS+ (Mac) and now exFAT for SDXC cards and other exFAT-formatted storage devices to WD’s Linux-based products and have rapid, transparent and full read/write access to these non-native file systems. The embedded Paragon drivers feature powerful utilities that maintain file system integrity and fully protect stored data, while delivering high performance for smooth playback and recording of Full HD Video content including 4K Video, with no limits on file or volume size.
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And by adding Paragon’s exFAT technology, WD products now support SDXC cards and provide maximum interoperability between Windows and Mac OS X operating systems. “Paragon has already proven its value as a trusted software provider to our storage product lines and solutions, with powerful UFSD technology that enhances connectivity to create seamless cross-platform interoperability for our customers,” said Sven Rathjen, VP, marketing content solutions, WD.
“We are pleased to extend and strengthen our partnership, and appreciate the top notch support we receive from their dedicated team.” Western Digital’s new My Passport Wireless Pro Wi-Fi mobile storage device, offering up to 3TB of storage capacity, is built to accompany professional photographers and videographers in the field for easy and wireless offloading, editing and streaming of captured photos and HD videos. Also designed for creative professionals, and with up to 32TB of storage, the My Cloud Pro Series NAS solutions are optimized to import files from cameras, memory cards (with a USB adapter) and other USB storage with a simple one-touch backup button. “Western Digital is a world-class company with world-class products. We are thrilled and honored to expand our partnership by supporting their exciting new mobile storage and NAS offerings,” said Tom Fedro, president, Paragon Software Group Corp.
“Through the use of our UFSD products, Western Digital is not only delivering seamless connectivity, but also providing a greater customer experience.” For more information on Paragon’s UFSD offerings, visit.
I recently purchased a WD external 1TB hard drive from target. The sales associate assured me several times that the device would work on MAC and PC out of the box (Target’s fault not WD). I took the device home and downloaded some footage from my PC expecting to be able to pull it up on my MAC laptop, which did work, but when I tried to put new footage from the MAC on the hard drive, I got the message that the hd ws “Read Only”. So I decided to visit the Western Digital website and see what was up. I found the tutorial for reformating the hard drive for use with both MACs and PCs, but I am ot very tech savvy, and I’m concerned about the risks. If the situation were reversed, and my PC could only read the files and copy them, it wouldn’t be a big deal, but I need to be able to store things from my MAC laptop to the hard drive.