RAIDIX announces participation in NAB 2013
RAIDIX, the leader in professional-grade high-performance SAN storage,will participate in the NAB Show taking place April 8 – 11, 2013. Please visit us at booth SL15411 in South Hall, Lower-Level, Post-Production section.
Together with American and International partners, we will debut the RAIDIX 3.2 Software release, transforming inexpensive industry-standard storage servers into reliable, high-performance SAN appliances optimized for ME workloads.
The open RAIDIX 3.1 Software exhibiting blazing speed and extreme reliability is a new product release further extending RAIDIX’s lead in affordable professional-grade ME storage, with ability to restore data corrupted due to hardware problems, simplified installation and configuration, support for new hardware components and more.
“RAIDIX 3.1 Software’s ability to act as extremely fast, highly dependable storage suitable for media from ingest to production, broadcast and archiving is ideal for broadcasters and production studios,” said Igor Shmukler, director of business development of RAIDIX.
About RAIDIX, LLC.
RAIDIX is a leading manufacturer of high-performance Fibre Channel, iSCSI and InfiniBand storage solutions. RAIDIX 3.0 software transforms low-cost industry-standard x64 storage servers into high-performance, reliable SAN storage appliances. RAIDIX-based storage appliances, built on patented storage technology, offer enterprise-grade reliably and performance at industry-lowest total cost of ownership. RAIDIX distributes its products worldwide through Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), systems integrators, VARs and authorized resellers. The company has offices throughout the world and can be found online at www.raidixstorage.com
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