Accusys Storage Will Show New Thunderbolt Storage at NAB 2016

Accusys will add to its T-Share series with the A12T3, a new storage device with four Thunderbolt ports that can be expanded to eight ports by pairing two A12T3 devices using the T-Share Expansion feature.

Accusys said the T-Share series offers video and post-production crews a rapid performing, high capacity storage solution that offers extreme efficiency. With the ability to simultaneously edit and share within the same data pool, users are able to exponentially increase workflow while ensuring data is backed up and secure.

The A12T3 allows users to reach storage capacities of up to 240TB of data and transfer speeds of over 2600 mb/s.

Recently, Accusys continued on its path of bringing Thunderbolt storage solutions to the market by adding its Thunderbolt Pairing (T-pairing) technology to its T-share product line. T- Pairing allows users to double transfer speeds by pairing two Thunderbolt connections between clients and T-share storage devices.

With T-pairing, two Thunderbolt ports can be utilized to connect a new Mac Pro with an Accusys T-share device. With four TB ports available, this allows two users to create dual paths increased speeds simultaneously. Similar to other MPIO functions, T-pairing allows for the use of multiple ports to experience enhanced performance.

T-pairing is protocol independent and all T-share devices are pre-installed with Accusys Mac Installer which includes the driver for T-pairing. Once the driver is installed it will automatically communicate with the T-Share RAID controller for easy configuration.

Accusys’ T-share devices employ the Thunderbolt interface in a SAN environment to provide a high capacity, high performance storage solution for business-critical tasks. Mac Pro users with time sensitive projects such as post production tasks will now be able to increase their workflow twofold with T-pairing deployed.

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