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Small Tree "Infused" ROBEN-3TS by Magma Turns Laptops into Mini-Server
System Optimizes Bandwidth for Video-Editing Teams
March 12, 2014 --
Post-production facilities seeking maximum bandwidth for video-editing projects should consider installing Magma's
ROBEN-3TS, available through Small Tree
. Featuring three full-length, full-height PCIe slots with a robust, high speed backplane, as well as modifications made by Small Tree to support the leading shared storage company's high bandwidth, enterprise 10Gb Ethernet cards and Thunderbolt(tm) 2 technology, ROBEN-3TS
is available with either 1 TB SATA drives or 1 TB SSD drives.
"By installing the customer's networking product of choice and the Magma ROBEN-3TS sold by Small Tree, we can help turn laptops into a mini-server for use in the field or in the studio," said Steve Modica, Small Tree's Chief Technology Officer. "This enables small facilities to get work done quickly with only a handful of users."
Designed for integrated removable storage expansion, ROBEN-3TS' rack-mountable aluminum chassis includes eight 2.5-inch SATA/SAS HDD or SSD hard drive bays, a 540-watt power supply, auxiliary power, and two 40mm 6.37 CFM Bay Fans. With Thunderbolt(tm) 2 capable devices, added power can be channeled at 20Gbps bandwidth, an extremely attractive benefit for studios seeking affordable solutions to optimize their workflow. The Small Tree infused ROBEN-3TS can transform a video editor's computer into a powerful workstation. Connect two or more ROBEN-3TS systems in a series and create the performance equivalent of a server.
Small Tree provides simple, powerful and affordable Ethernet-based shared storage solutions to professionals contributing to the creation, management and delivery of electronic media and entertainment content. The company's powerful shared storage systems offer optimal flexibility, working seamlessly with Mac, Windows and Linus.
shared storage, workflow, video-editing, post-production, Thunderbolt2, Small Tree, Magma
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