WD Brand Thunderbolt Computer Storage DevicesWestern Digital is a long-established company that only recently has moved into solid-state flash memory storage. With it's recent acquisition of SanDisk, Western Digital is poised to leverage SanDisk's extensive and impressive portfolio of flash memory based technology and products.
Thunderbolt 3 'Compatible" SSD Backup Drive w/USB-CAlthough Western-Digital has been in the original Thunderbolt drive space with hard-disk backup drives in the MyDuo, MyPassport and MyBook hard drive storage products, they've yet to enter the fully native Thunderbolt SSD space. They are however embracing USB-C with a few solid-state storage devices.
Thunderbolt3 "Compatible" WD USB-C SSD
10Gbps USB3.1 Gen2 Type-C SSD
ThunderBolt 3 USB-C / USB-A Dual Flash Drive
For Mac's Old And New
Western Digital's SanDisk division is also offering a solid-state flash memory drive with dual connectors and a slide mechanism to expose or retract them. At one end, a Type-C USB 3.1 / ThunderBolt 3 connector for more recent MacBooks and iMacs with TBolt3, the other a standard Type-A connector for USB 3.0 / USB 2.0 ports. With data transfer rates around 150MBps it easily outperforms any single external hard drive storage solution.
Other Western Digital SSD HardwareWD recently began selling it's own line of bare 2.5" 6GBPS SATA III and M.2 module SSD drives that they're likely to use in future ThunderBolt storage devices.
M.2 SSD Modules Also Available
WD Single-Drive Portable ThunderBolt Backup Drives
WD Single Hard Drive Desktop ThunderBolt Backup DrivesWestern Digital's best known for it's extensive line of MyPassport hard disk single drives, and their multi-drive MyBook RAID and network NAS storage solutions - but are only beginning to diversify into SSD storage.
WD Multi-Drive Portable ThunderBolt RAID Backup Drives
Dual HDD Portble TBolt Array