G-Technology G-Rack 12
G-Technology hit NAB with its first-ever Network Attached Storage device to cope with the storage demands of 4K video.
The G-RACK 12 a scalable 12-bay server offering capacities up to 120TB. You can add another 120TB using an optional expansion chassis.The G-Rack features four 10-gigabit Ethernet connections for high-speed data transfers and uses a BTRFs files system and graphical interface to make drive management simpler. The 12-bay, expandable units incorporate enterprise hard drives and are available in 48TB, 72TB, 96TB, and 120TB storage capacities.
LaCie 12big Thunderbolt 3
This 12-bay RAID unit can deliver up to 96TB in capacity and uses Thunderbolt 3 to deliver transfer speeds of up to 2600MB/s in RAID 0 and 2400MB/s in RAID 5.
The LaCie 12big features 256MB cache, 7200RPM Seagate enterprise-class drives rated for 8,760 hours of operation per year. LaCie’s RAID Manager software has also been redesigned to make it simpler to use, the company said. The new software will also be available to download for free for owners of older big-series drives.
It ships with a USB-C to USB-A cable and will be available this summer in 48TB, 72TB and 96TB capacities. Pricing wasn’t announced.
SymplyStor is a new desktop RAID storage solution designed to let up to eight different Thunderbolt-connected PCs access files.
SymplyStor is available with either SSD or hard drives in capacities up to 64TB. It supports both Thunderbolt 2 and Thunderbolt 3 speeds. If you opt for the SymplyShare base, you can double the storage capacity by adding another 64TB SymplyStor–the two will behave as a single RAID device.
SymplyStor uses Apple’s Xsan networking technology to let multiple users access the same storage drives. The software features a 5-step setup and there are monitoring apps for Mac, Windows, iOS and Apple Watch.
SymplyStor starts at $1,999.
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