Other World Computing announced today that its high performance line of OWC Mercury EXTREME Pro 6G Solid State Drives have been test certified by Blackmagic Design for use with its HyperDeck Shuttle 2, HyperDeck Studio and Cinema Camera. By utilizing proven, industry leading SandForce Driven processors, OWC Mercury EXTREME Pro 6G SSDs offer a “total package” of highest performance and reliability making them ideal for video production and other creative professionals. The incredible speed of the Mercury EXTREME Pro will be demonstrated in OWC’s Jupiter mini-SAS shared storage solution at Booth #SL14811 at the National Association of Broadcasters tradeshow which begins today in Las Vegas, NV. Article Continues…
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Other World Computing Mercury EXTREME Pro 6G Solid State Drive Test Certified For Use With Blackmagic Design Devices
If you’re planning on heading to The NAB Show next month or still looking for a good excuse to attend, OWC has an offer that might make your decision a bit easier.
Register for the 2013 edition of the digital media trade show by Friday, March 22, and enter OWC’s special code “LV5199″ during the checkout step for the Exhibits-Only registration, and you’ll receive an Exhibits-Only pass – a $150 value – free! You can also share this code with any friends or digital media buffs who are planning on going to the show that’s set for April 8-11 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. But the offer expires soon, so you’ll need to act fast.
Of course, OWC will once again be well-represented, setting up camp at Booth #SL14811. Among the products we will be demonstrating is Jupiter scalable storage solution. Attendees will even be able to load up an Adobe Premiere Pro or Apple Final Cut Pro project of their own right on the show floor to see Jupiter’s amazing speed first hand.
We hope you can take advantage of this great offer, and we’ll see you there!
It’s one of the best reasons for going to Las Vegas. It gets loud, a little rowdy, and trust us, you’ll want to bring your video camera along.
Yep, you guessed it. The NAB Show is right around the corner! And Other World Computing will have plenty to show off at the 2013 edition of the digital media trade show which will take place April 8-11 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Among the products OWC will be displaying at Booth #SL14811 is Jupiter mini-SAS scalable storage solution (which is now shipping). After demonstrating Jupiter at last year’s NAB show, OWC is ready to let attendees experience first-hand what Jupiter can really do. See how this remarkable creative collaboration tool easily handles 4K footage, or take Jupiter for a test-drive by loading up an Adobe Premiere Pro or Apple Final Cut Pro project of your own right on the show floor.
If you do plan on heading to NAB, make sure you enter our special code “LV5199″ during the checkout step for the Exhibits-Only registration, and receive an Exhibits-Only pass – a $150 value – free!
We hope to see you there!
Other World Computing Announces First Phase of Jupiter mini-SAS DAS/SAN Scalable Storage Solution Release
Other World Computing announced today the first phase of its release of OWC Jupiter mini-SAS, with Jupiter JBOD/Expander Racks, PCIe HBA Cards and Enterprise Switches available for immediate ordering. Built upon the proven mini-SAS interface for speeds up to 48Gb/s, Jupiter combines the highest levels of data sharing performance with the simplicity of direct attached storage (DAS) at a fraction of the cost of fibre channel infrastructures. Expansion of the Jupiter line will continue with the release of Jupiter towers, workgroup switches and RAID subsystems in Q1 2013. OWC will demonstrate the high performance of Jupiter mini-SAS at booth #5812, LVCC North Hall, during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which begins Tuesday in Las Vegas, Nevada. Article Continues…
Thirty-five years ago this week, Voyager 1 was launched. Its mission—along with its sister craft, Voyager 2 (which, interestingly enough, was launched two weeks earlier)—was to explore the outer reaches of our solar system and the beginnings of interstellar space. Aboard each craft was a gold-plated audio disc containing sounds, images and messages from Earth, on the off-chance either was ever found by intelligent life from outside the Solar System.
In 1979 and 1980, Voyager 1 visited Jupiter and Saturn, respectively. While there, the craft provided the first high-resolution pictures and conducted other studies of the two planets and their respective satellites. This resulted in the first views of Jupiter’s ring system, discovery of volcanic activity on the moon Io, the first close analysis of the atmosphere of Titan, and detection of complex structures in Saturn’s rings. Article Continues…