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JMR Electronics Solutions Integrate Seamlessly With AJA KONA Cards Providing Compatibility Assured Systems to Content Creation and Editing Market

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News : JMR Electronics Solutions Integrate Seamlessly With AJA KONA Cards Providing Compatibility Assured Systems to Content Creation and Editing Market


Last Updated: September 2, 2009 4:51 pm GMT
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(Chatsworth, California--September 2, 2009) JMR Electronics, Inc., the developer of the BlueStor™ PeSAN™family of high performance PCIe-attached storage systems, delivers seamless integration with AJA Video Systems, the leading provider of digital video interface and conversion products to market compatibility assured solutions for Final Cut Studio non-linear editing and content creation.

Using JMR's EXTN-8 PCI Express Extender RAID storage systems, Final Cut users have a high-performance, versatile platform for SD, HD and 2K editing without exhausting the Mac Pro's available high bandwidth PCI Express slots. The JMR EXTN-8 features a single x8 PCIe connection to a (JMR supplied) host I-O card installed in the Mac, and expands that to five usable PCIe slots in the RAID storage subsystem shelf, currently available up to 32 TB capacity, but expandable to several hundred TB using standard SATA-2 disk drives.

Josef Rabinovitz, president and CEO of JMR Electronics says, "The EXTN family gives users five new high bandwidth PCIe slots from a single or dual host connection, allowing very fast PCIe direct-attached storage in a common shelf that can be used for an AJA KONA 3 or KONA LHi capture card, internal hardware RAID controllers and other peripherals as needed."

Repeated performance benchmarking for the EXTN-8 verify HD frame transfer rates of over 1.2 GB/s using common SATA-2 disk drives and dual internal hardware RAID controllers. The product's internal PCIe expansion backplane is compatible with standard PCIe cards of up to 16 lanes connectivity. JMR provides the host I-O card which occupies a single PCIe slot in the server or work station.

"JMR provides a unique solution for Final Cut and KONA users," adds Jon Thorn, Mac product manager for AJA Video Systems. "We used the JMR solution in our booth successfully at NAB 2009, and will be using it again at IBC this year.


About AJA
AJA Video has been a leading manufacturer of high-quality and cost-effective digital video interface, conversion and desktop solutions supporting the professional broadcast and post-production markets since 1993. With headquarters in Grass Valley, California, AJA maintains an extensive sales channel of dealers and systems integrators around the world. Telephone: (530) 274-2048. Sales: sales@aja.com. Marketing: chuckw@aja.com.

About JMR Electronics, Inc.
JMR is the leading value provider of scalable storage systems for performance, capacity and availability driven applications in the government, rich media, VOD, video surveillance and Web 2.0 markets. As a pioneering leader in high performance RAID storage technologies since 1982, JMR's complete line of BlueStor PeSAN DAS NAS and SAN solutions are ideal for nearly every IT and video production need. For more information about JMR or the BlueStor product line, visit http://www.jmr.com.

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