(Hsinchu, Taiwan--July 25, 2014) Accusys ExaSAN (Accusys Storage Ltd.) received recommendation from Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 11. Including A08S3-PS with C1M, A12S2-PS RAID storage and SWF16 switch are listed on the shopping list of DaVinci Resolve 11’s Configuration Guide.
Blackmagic Design and Accusys ExaSAN, as long time partners, have worked together to support DaVinci Resolve since 2010. ExaSAN PCIe RAID system can provide extraordinary high speed, allowing DaVinci Resolve users to undertake color grading without latency.
A08S3-PS with C1M can provide maximum 1400MB/s for Mac computer through Thunderbolt 2 connector. A12S2-PS, the PCIe2.0 12bay rackmount model is good for studio installation and SAN deployment, every single A12S2-PS can provide 1200MB/s speed. SWF16 switch built-in SANit license can work with A08S3-PS and A12S2-PS to compose a SAN network for digital intermediate workflow, and every seat can access the storage capacity with 20Gb bandwidth.
A08S3-PS, C1M, A12S2-PS, and SWF16 are available now, please contact local ExaSAN resellers or for quotation inquiry.
Accusys is a worldwide leader in design, manufacturing, and marketing of RAID products since 1995, having delivered many generations of cutting-edge and innovative RAID products. With years of experience in storage market, our product lines fulfill versatile applications, ranging from small offices to mission-critical data centers, and covering all major storage interfaces. Accusys started ExaSAN for post production industry since 2009, and provides a wide range of tower and rackmount PCIe storage systems. In 2010, Accusys created the first PCIe switch and is the leader in PCIe based solutions in the enterprise storage market.