Best of CES 2016: G-Technology G-SPEED Shuttle XL

hard drive enclosure open and closed

The G-Technology G-SPEED Shuttle XL gets it done. You want 24TB of storage, the Shuttle XL is there. You want 64TB of storage at Thunderbolt 2 speed, you got it.

Sony's New Line of Professional Hard Disk Arrays Brings Portability to the 4K Post-production Workflow

Sony annunces professional RAID line of portable hard disk arrays

Sony has announced a new line of professional portable hard disc arrays with the PSZ-RA4T and the PSZ-RA6T. Designed to move around 4K UHD video content, both models feature a built-in carrying handle to add to the portability factor, making them useful for video productions taking place in the field or on location as well as for situations where use of such drives provide greater stability and safety amidst harsh working conditions.

Pegasus2 R2+ Wins Best Storage Device at NAB 2015

2-bay hard drive enclosure
The Pegasus2 R2+ is designed to bring data together from Thunderbolt-connected devices, Windows computers, and through USB 3.0. The hot swappable 2-bay enclosure gives versatility or added protection by supporting RAID 0 and RAID 1. The Pegasus2 R2+ is the Best Storage Device at NAB 2015.

The Rugged RAID Brings Redundancy on the Road

Orange bordered RAID on display
Grab your drive and go, is a lot easier said than done if you are worrying about the safety of your hard drive. All the shooting you do needs to be protected and the Rugged RAID from LaCie will withstand hits in the field and in transit, while providing RAID 0 or RAID 1 benefits.

CES 2014: LenovoEMC Desktop NAS

Desktop storage device with hot swappable drives

LenovoEMC px4-400d is a desktop network attached storage device. CES 2014 is the first place to see it, so if you're not there, read on. That means excellent safety for your files and with capacity for 4 HDDs and up to 16TB in total.

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Does anyone here use a RAID configuration? I was thinking of running a RAID 0 but is it possible to still back every thing upcfrom the RAID drive/s on to a seprate drive? Or should I go with a RAID 6 config?

Well running a RAID configuration speed up my editing and rendering times?

Opinions and suggestions please.

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I just bought few months ago one HD PRO Caldigit RAID, and i just wont need it because im moving and im selling all my equipment... this item is new i just test it to see that it is propertly working... is 2.6 TB its on MINT conditions... i just dont have the original box and it still has warranty...

Oh i almost forgot it costed me 3,400 Dlls i just want 2,500 this is a great deal...



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