Edit Beach to receive first 10 Gig Ethernet Maxx Digital Final Share 10GE System
New York: Edit Beach is the first company to receive the new Maxx Digital 10 Gig Final Share system. This system operates with 10 Gigabit Ethernet instead of conventional fibre channel or standard Gigabit Ethernet. Each Apple Macintosh client system, running Final Cut Pro and Adobe graphics software, can communicate with the server’s shared storage array at speeds between 250 – 300 MB/sec. The next generation Maxx Digital EVO drive arrays are 48 Terabytes each, with sixteen 3 Terabyte drives, and operate at a blinding 1600 MB/sec. Previous generation Maxx EVO drive arrays operate at the “lowly speed” of “only” 700 MB/sec. This is a dramatic departure of what previously could be accomplished by any manufacturer.
Systems engineer Bob Zelin states “we were nervous about releasing this product, as it all seemed too good to be true.We thought that something would go wrong, and we could not deliver these crazy specs, but Michael Fox at Edit Beach was anxious to give it a shot, so we shipped him the system. And it worked !”.
Maxx Digital 10 Gig Final Share uses no software, other than standard Apple File Sharing, making this the easiest shared storage system in the world to use.
Ron Amborn President
Maxx Entertainment Digital
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Huntington Beach , Ca 92646
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