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Mar 29

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To meet the growing demand by audio and video professionals seeking flexible storage solutions, Small Tree will introduce its new GraniteSTOR ST-RAID Mobile at NAB 2010 - booth SL7425.

Ideal for mobile broadcast and live sound applications, as well as post-production professionals who need maximum flexibility, GraniteSTOR ST-RAID Mobile features a complete real-time direct attached shared storage solution in a mobile cabinet that supports a wider range of customer editing demands. Configurable with 12 drives in 1or 2TB disk capacity, ST-RAID Mobile offer on-the-go editing for Pro Tools and Final Cut users.

“As post-production editing continues to migrate from the studio to on-location, editors need a reliable and affordable storage solution that provides the same performance as their studio workstation,” said Corky Seeber, president of Small Tree. “GraniteSTOR ST-RAID Mobile will give concurrent access to project files while on location or in a studio, enabling editors to meet extremely tight deadlines.”

Providing robust (greater than 500MB/sec), consistent performance over Ethernet networks, GraniteSTOR ST-RAID Mobile enables instant availability and background initialization along with automatic insertion/removal detection and rebuild.

Designer of simple-to-install, affordable Mac-based networking and shared storage products, Small Tree is the premier multi-port Ethernet networking technology provider for OS X customers, enabling cost effective Ethernet shared storage technology. For more information about the company and its products, please call 1-866-STC4MAC (1-866-782-4622), or visit www.small-tree.com or follow Small Tree on Twitter @smalltreecomm.

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