04.16.2010 12:00 PM
CalDigit shows new products at NAB 2010

CalDigit showed three of its latest products at NAB this year starting with its HDPro-24.

The CalDigit HDPro-24 is a 24-drive hardware RAID solution with support for 24 SATA-II 3Gb/s drive modules. The HDPro-24 provides hardware RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 50, 60, and JBOD support. Sustained speeds of over 1600MB/s can be achieved with RAID 50 protection. Dual hardware RAID controllers feature a next-generation Intel XScale RAID engine accompanied by high speed, upgradeable ECC cache. The 4RU system features an intuitive LCD display and LED status lights. The HDPro-24 features Active Sustained Transfer Technology (ASTT), which ensures that there is always a constant throughput.

The HDPro-24 is ideal for use with the CalDigit SuperShare SAN or massive media files. The modular design of the HDPro-24 allows for easy access to 24 hot-swappable drive modules from the front. It features three hot-swappable load-bearing power supplies, and the built-in controllers are removable and upgradeable. The key to the speed of the HDPro-24 is the direct-connect external PCIe connection. The HDPro-24 is designed to run 24/7, with no downtime.

The CalDigit SuperShare is a new solution to the traditional SAN. Based on direct connect PCIe technology, the CalDigit SuperShare is an extremely fast hardware solution that allows users to access a pool of shared storage simultaneously. This effective collaboration makes sharing CalDigit storage solutions easy, fast, and affordable.

The CalDigit AV Drive is a single-drive system featuring a dual interface with USB 3.0 and FireWire 800 connectivity. The CalDigit AV Drive can reach speeds greater than 140MB/s.

Post New Comment
If you are already a member, or would like to receive email alerts as new comments are
made, please login or register.

Enter the code shown above:

(Note: If you cannot read the numbers in the above
image, reload the page to generate a new one.)

No Comments Found

Tuesday 03:07 PM
WMUR-TV Says FAA Drone Rules Preclude ENG
The FAA’s current rules and proposed ban on flight over people, requirement of visual line of sight and restriction on nighttime flying, effectively prohibit broadcasters from using UAS for newsgathering. ~ WMUR-TV General Manager Jeff Bartlett

Featured Articles
Discover TV Technology