Designed to provide mid-size IT organizations with the power of Enterprise-level duplication and sanitization stations via its touchscreen interface, the Image MASSter 4000PRO Hard Drive Duplicator/Eraser from ICS is offered with an open drive tray mounting option, providing a flexible drive mounting solution for non-standard 2.5" and 3.5" drives, including solid-state drives and flash media devices. It can operate at speeds ranging from 7-18 GB per minute, features native support for up to eight SAS and SATA drives and four USB 2.0 hard drives, as well as other drive interfaces through the use of optional adapters, such as IDE drives, microSATA, eSATA, 2.5", 1.8" IDE notebook drives, and ZIF drives. The multi-session capabilities built into this device allow multiple source drives to be simultaneously copied, or multiple operations to be run simultaneously, with support for the simultaneous duplication of up to four source drives
For those who need to further customize this unit for additional drive and peripheral support, the separately sold IM4000PRO Expansion Box allows for compatibility with SCSI, FireWire, and ExpressCard, including USB 3.0 interface cards for USB 3.0 mass storage devices. It is also possible to add support for Fibre Channel and 10 Gigabit Ethernet cards. When the unit's integrated Gigabit Ethernet port is connected to your network, users can remotely control and monitor anywhere from one to multiple units that are also connected to the network.
Available sanitization modes for the Image MASSter 4000PRO include WipeOut, which meets U.S. Department of Defense specifications for wiping data, Secure Erase, which uses the Secure Erase feature built into many of today's drives, and other user-defined options. Available copy modes include IQCopy, which is used to copy only specific allocated data, Percent Copy, which create a "mirror" image of the source drive, MultiMASSter, which allows one or more "Source" drive images to be stored on a single "Target" drive, and VHD Capture, which stores multiple "Source" drive images on a single "Target" drive using the VHD file format.