Other World Computing announced its next evolution of storage with OWC Jupiter Kore and OWC Jupiter Callisto. Both OWC Jupiter Kore and OWC Jupiter Callisto were exhibited at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show in Las Vegas this week, at the Other World Computing Booth in the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Two Choices for High-Performance, Expandable Storage
OWC is pleased to offer two high-performance, ultra reliable, expandable storage systems for creative professionals working with rigorous HD, 2K and 4K workflows. OWC Jupiter Callisto provides unified storage for multi-user environments via Ethernet, while OWC Jupiter Kore is a Mini-SAS direct connected storage system that provides high-speed throughput for demanding single-user applications. Article Continues…
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 announced today its new OWC Jupiter mini-SAS scalable storage solution for small businesses and enterprises utilizing mission critical and creative applications. Built upon the proven mini-SAS interface for speeds up to 24Gb/s using just a single cable connection, the Jupiter family of racks, towers, and hubs combine the highest levels of data sharing performance with the simplicity of direct attached storage (DAS) at up to 5x lower cost of fibre channel infrastructures. The OWC Jupiter mini-SAS will be available by the end of March in a variety of configurations with 8TB Enterprise solution pricing starting at $3,995.00. During the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which begins tomorrow in Las Vegas, Nevada, OWC will demonstrate the high performance of the Jupiter mini-SAS in its booth #5231 in the LVCC North Hall.
Centralized Storage = Higher Productivity
Jupiter mini-SAS is a centralized storage solution, which means data is stored in a single location and can be accessed by multiple workstations simultaneously. Sharing content streamlines workflows, eliminates bottlenecks, and the need to duplicate files. By eliminating the need to copy data to multiple users on DAS solutions or searching for files in multiple locations, Jupiter mini-SAS can dramatically increase productivity. Additionally, Jupiter mini-SAS can be configured to provide zoned/allocated drive access privileges so specific workstations and/or servers have exclusive access to specific drives or sets of drives. Article Continues…
Most of the time, your average Mac has a longer useful life than its PC counterpart. Unfortunately, the fast evolution of technology means that, after a while, that older Mac may seem a little slow and may not be able to take full advantage of current tech.
Such is the case for earlier Mac Pros. As they currently sit, they only move data at SATA 2.0 speeds, roughly three gigabits per second. If you wish to put the drives in to a RAID array, you are limited to either a mirrored RAID 1, losing half your capacity, or a RAID 0, which is faster, but increases the risk of data loss. On top of that, those RAID levels are all software-based, which can reduce overall performance.
Fortunately, if you happen to have a 2006-2008 Mac Pro, you can improve the performance in those bays, with only one small thing to lookout for. Article Continues…
Newer Technology, Inc announced today its MAXPower RAID mini-SAS controller card line. Available in a choice of two external ports or one internal/one external port configurations, the MAXPower RAID mini-SAS cards provide full data transfer of four drives through a single cable connection for up to twice the data transfer speed offered by the SATA 2.0 (3Gb/s) data bus. Both versions of the MAXPower RAID mini-SAS controller card are available now form Other World Computing.
mini-SAS: More Lanes = Faster Speed
Just like a four-lane highway offers the fastest vehicle traffic flow, mini-SAS offers more “lanes” for data to travel at higher speeds. This interface offers the convenience of a one-cable connection but provides four separate channels so each drive can deliver Article Continues…