09.14.2007 12:00 AM
Globalstor Data Introduces New Data Sharing Technology
Globalstor Data has introduced a new file sharing technology, ExtremeStor-iTrax, which is designed to facilitate storage and sharing of media server content.

ExtremeStor-iTrax expands on the company’s line of ExtremeStor products, which include a range of servers for professional audio recording applications.

“With the ExtremeStor-iTrax, Globalstor introduces the same technology used by Jet Propulsion Labs and NASA to professional audio recording,” said Scott Leif, Globalstor Data president. “Our development of iSCSI- and NAS-based solutions has opened new doors in the production, organization and storage of the music industry’s singular asset.”

The iTrax application appears on any computer connected to the server WAN or LAN system and allows recording engineers at various workstations to simultaneously edit and mix different recording sessions stored on the server. Also, users can log onto the system remotely from anywhere in the world.


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