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Max Rule
MicroNet sancube for FCP editing
on Aug 11, 2005 at 12:41:17 pm

I would be very interested in any information regarding using SanCube with FCP. On the surface it looks like a viable system.
Any info would be appreciated.
Thanks, Max


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Jeff Bernstein
Re: MicroNet sancube for FCP editing
on Aug 15, 2005 at 11:55:49 pm

To make a long answer short, don't bother.


Jeff Bernstein

Digital Desktop Consulting
Apple Pro Video VAR
XSAN Certified

323-653-7611


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Max Rule
Re: MicroNet sancube for FCP editing
on Aug 16, 2005 at 4:57:34 pm

Appreciate the advice, care to elaborate?
It does seem to have a few warts in the software department.
Is there anything out there that is comparable in it's price range?
Can we as editors, hook up 3 FCP stations and get san connectivity for around 8K????
Max


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Shane Sokolosky
Re: MicroNet sancube for FCP editing
on Aug 25, 2005 at 6:27:02 pm

Hi Max,

What Jeff Bernstein is saying is that the SAN Cube is great for losing data, and not knowing when you'll lose it. Basically the thing is a P.O.S.

The most cost effective solution I can think of is Studio Network Solutions iSANmp, its all done over ethernet so there are not any expensive cables to buy and they have bundled the whole thing around how many users you what to set up in groups of 2. (i.e.2,4,6,8). It starts at 2 users w/ 1.6TB for $6,999.99. A much better solution than the SAN cube.

Hope this helps,

Shane Sokolosky

SAN Product Manager
ProMax Systems inc.
16 Technology Dr. Ste.106
Irvine, CA. 92618

Office (949) 727-3977 x108
Toll free (877) 776-6292
Fax (949) 727-7002
Website-http://www.Promax.com
shane.sokolosky@promax.com


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