​Stryme Launch Mobile Storage Product

Austrian vendor Stryme is launching GENESIX 2GO, a portable storage solution for high-capacity real time data transfer.

The unit is encased in a protective hard rubber case and has a built-in carry handle “for safe, easy and immediate transportation right after recording – for maximum protection of your backed-up content” according to the firm. “It simplifies your archiving challenge with high-performance at high speed.”

It has capacity for 6TB storage and will ingest up to 16 channels of XDCAM HD422. Pricing has not been revealed. Stryme launch the unit later this week.

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