ATTO Technology And Facilis Partner With 25GbE Adapters For Apple Workstations

ATTO has announced a partnership with Facilis Technology to integrate ATTO’s ThunderLink NS 3252 Thunderbolt 3 To 25GbE adapters within the Facilis HUB shared storage platform. 

To be shown at IBC, the ATTO and Facilis solution provides flexible, scalable, high-bandwidth connectivity for Apple’s new Mac Pro, iMac Pro and Mac mini personal computers.

Facilis will demonstrate 4K and 8K editing workflows featuring their HUB Shared Storage Platform with ATTO Celerity 32Gb & 16Gb Fiber Channel HBAs and FastFrame 25Gb Ethernet NICs. In addition, Facilis servers include ATTO 12Gb ExpressSAS HBAs.

Facilis has been beta testing the soon-to-be released ATTO 360 Tuning, Monitoring and Analytics Software, a Ethernet network optimization tool designed for creative professionals looking to unlock the potential of ATTO FastFrame and ThunderLink adapters. 

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