With the increased dependence on tapeless workflows, most editors don't have a good plan for backing up their source material.
Irvine, CA (PRWEB) February 4, 2010
ProMAX Systems, a leading provider of professional video editing systems, has just launched ProjectStor TM, a new combination disk storage and archival system that has been designed solely for video editors. This new system offers up to 8TB of RAID 5 Projected storage, editing speeds up to 330 MB per second and a built in LTO-4 tape archival system.
ProMAX Systems has created a device that connects easily to a computer through a standard mini-SAS connector to the PCI RAID Card. The ProjectStor TM System offers easy access with removable drive trays for easy swap outs along with a high quality case with multiple cooling fans. The unit starts at $2,995 with the optional Blu-Ray burner, and is available in 4TB, 8TB, LTO-3 and LTO4 options. Each ProjectStor TM also comes bundled with backup software and RAID Card.
Jess Hartmann, CEO of ProMAX Systems, states "With the increase dependence on tapeless workflows, most editors do not have a good plan for backing up their source material. The new ProjectStor TM finally allows video editors the ability to edit and archive on one fast storage device all at a price below most single LTO tape drives." LTO4 tape cartridges can hold up to 1.6TB of data and retail for about $35 so the storage is very inexpensive when compared to other options. The ProjectStor TM is compatible with PC and MAC systems that are Intel based. Find out more information at http://www.promax.com/ProjectStor
Since 1994, ProMAX Systems has been providing video editing solutions to the creative professional industry including video editors, web developers and designers, compositors, production and post production professionals. Find out more about ProMAX at http://www.ProMAX.com/
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