Areca ARC-8050T3 These are fantastic, very fast enclosures which are available in following "flavours" : desktop versions: 4-bay, 6-bay, 8-bay, 12-bay and rackmounted versions: 12-bay and 24 bay. All take SAS as well as SATA drives and do come with hardware RAID (0, 1, 5, … [Read more...] about Areca ARC-8050T3 – bigger, better box for video editing
Today I would like to tell you a little more about excellent product I recently tested, it is a great little enclosure which will work with any Mac which has Thunderbolt 3, if you do have older Thunderbolt port you would need an adapter sold by Apple (usually about £50) Netstor NA611TB3 is a very … [Read more...] about Affordable solution for 4K video editing (Thuderbolt 3)
No doubt the most popular external solution for 4K video editing is a RAID storage box which has ideally direct Thunderbolt connectivity, it could be Thunderbolt 1 with 10Gbps (1250MB/s) transfer rate bandwidth, Thunderbolt 2 with 20Gbps (2500 MB/s) transfer rate bandwidth or latest … [Read more...] about Solution for video editors 4K and 1080P
Hello Everyone, So finally we have reached 2018! We should see new exciting products in IT world, LTO8 tape drives and media should become available, there will be new 14TB hard drives available and big price drops on 10TB drives as well as new NAS units. I was quite busy recently … [Read more...] about Happy New Year !!!
I take this opportunity to Thank you for all support, emails and messages and I wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Next year I will focus more on explaining tech stuff to you in simple language so it will be very easy to understand, we will also go … [Read more...] about Christmas Wishes + Blog update
What is RAID RAID (redundant array of independent disks) is way of storing same data in different places on multiple hard disks to protect all the content in case of a drive failure, it must be added that not all RAID levels provide redundancy. How RAID works RAID works like a storage … [Read more...] about RAID explained