Promise Announces Pegasus32 Series Storage

Promise has announced the Pegasus32, a dual-compatible connection storage device that allows the same USB-C port to connect at maximum allowed speeds via Thunderbolt 3 or USB 3.2 Gen 2.

Promise said the Pegasus32 Series will include the R4, R6 and R8, and a bus-powered portable solution for OEMs. The new device now enables connectivity with the ability to connect at maximum allowed bus speeds via the same port to either Thunderbolt 3 enabled hosts at up to 40Gbps or USB 3.2 Gen 2 enabled hosts at 10Gbps.

The Pegasus32 Series, using Intel’s latest TitanRidge Thunderbolt 3 chip, works on 8K monitors via the full size four-lane DP1.4 port and powers hosts up to 85 watts with Thunderbolt 3. The USB 3.2 Gen 2 port and has up to 112TB of raw capacity with the R8.

Additionally, the line features HW RAID5+ protection, hot-swap 7200 rpm HDDs and dual Thunderbolt 3 ports to daisy chain.

You might also like...

Ten Years Later: NBC Sports’ Stamford Facility Grows With The Times

It was ten years ago, in the fall of 2012, that NBCUniversal opened a new international broadcast center in Stamford Connecticut, as the home for NBC Sports. It served as a way to consolidate its growing employee base and the production…

Orchestrating Resources For Large-Scale Events: Part 2 - Connecting Remote Locations

A discussion of how to create reliable, secure, high-bandwidth connectivity between multiple remote locations, your remote production hub, and distributed production teams.

Orchestrating Resources For Large-Scale Events: Part 1 - Planning Is Everything

An examination of how to plan & schedule resources to create resilient temporary multi-site broadcast production systems.

10 Things You Need To Know To Succeed In TV

In television, ‘talent’ isn’t just the people in front of the camera. Everyone working at a station needs talent, dedication, initiative, and team spirit to succeed.

Fade 2022…Take 2023!

Ned Soseman, our resident expert on the regional US TV market and NextGenTV, shares his own personal perspective and some anonymous insight from those working in regional US TV stations, on what happened in 2022 and what the coming year may…