06.06.2006 04:26 PM
Exavio introduces 4Gb Fibre Channel I/O Module

Exavio has unveiled the 4Gb Fibre channel I/O module for the ExaMax 9000 SAN Accelerator. The new module is designed to support 4Gb SAN devices and installs in the existing chassis to provide 4Gb connectivity across 36 ports.

It offers a dynamic cache, scalable from 128GB up to 1TB, mitigating storage random-seek and concurrent access issues. Optimized with proprietary algorithms tuned for video precision, the ExaMax 9000 SAN Accelerator assures immediate content availability with low latency. The platform can expand to 36, 4Gb Fibre Channel ports in one chassis to support various post-production environments, including uncompressed HD, 2K and 4K digital film resolutions.

For more information, visit www.exavio.com.



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