Accusys has announced the latest addition to its ExaSAN product line, the A08S4-PS, a new storage solution using PCIe 3.0 Technology with rapid transfer speeds of up to 1800 MB/s.
Accusys said the new storage device is ideal for solo projects. Designed for post-production studios, the A08S4-PS offers convenient scalability and up to three extra JBOD devices reaching a storage capacity of up 320 TB (using 10 TB HDD).
“The sleek, compact tower design of the A08S4-PS allows users to have a high power storage solution right at their workstation,” said Susyan Huang, vp of sales at Accusys Storage Ltd. “With the ability to expand to larger storage capacities and utilize several different technologies, the A08S4-PS is built to grow with your business.”
The A08S4-PS is compatible with Macintosh, Windows and Linux. Users can experience the advantages of a SAN environment by utilizing an Accusys SAN switch. They can also couple the A08S4-PS with an Accusys C1M adapter to convert the PCIe channel to Thunderbolt 2.0 and experience a high performance Thunderbolt environment.
The new storage device features eight bays with a maximum three JBOD. It supports RAID Level 0, 1, 5, 6, 0+1 and JBOD and PCIe 3.0 32 Gb bandwidth. It also supports single PCIe Gen3 x 4 host port and is PCIe SAN ready. Single or redundant power supplies are available.
List price is $3,100 and availability is the beginning of July, 2016.
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