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Atech Flash Technology Unveils New AJA Pak Media Reader Posted: 16/07/2020
Atech Flash Technology Unveils New AJA Pak Media Reader

Atech Flash Technology (AFT), a leading manufacturer of industrial and professional media card readers and storage solutions, today announced the Blackjet™ VX-1P AJA Pak Media Reader, a new media reader compatible with AJA’s durable, high capacity Pak Media. Encased in a protective metal housing, AJA Pak Media Solid State Drives (SSDs) offer video professionals flexible storage options with capacities ranging from 256GB to 2TB and are built to withstand repeated use in the field.

Tags: AJA | SSD | Solid State Drive | Pak Media | Pak Media Reader | Atech Flash
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Object Matrix Launches Nearline Storage Products at IBC 2012 Posted: 20/08/2012
Object Matrix Launches Nearline Storage Products at IBC 2012

Object Matrix, developer of integrated nearline storage solutions will be present at the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) Amsterdam from 7th to 11th of September to launch its new product MatrixStore Quattro and to demonstrate enhancements to MatrixStore Server and MatrixStore hardware.

Tags: nearline archive | post-production | broadcasting | matrixstore | object matrix | IBC | matrixstore quattro | software server | interconnect | avid | avid interplay | interplay | ssd technology | metadata | archiving | storage | multimedia assets | protection of rushes | outside broadcast | cost-effective | compact form factor | SSD | solid state drive | IBC 2012 | IBC 2012
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A Solid Solution from Hawk-Woods Posted: 20/10/2009
A Solid Solution from Hawk-Woods

Sony PMW-EX1 & EX3 operators can now record a large amount of footage directly to a Solid State Drive.

Available in either 64 or 128GB memory capacities, the new Hawk-Woods Extreme SSD connect to the camera via the express card slot. As well as the additional recording capacity provided compared to memory cards, these Drives offer e-Sata data transfer. This means that 300 minutes of footage can be downloaded in just 14 minutes.

By means of a quick-release system, both SSD's will mount directly to anyone of the Hawk-Woods range of EX camera battery adaptors (V-Lok, BPU or MDV). Power can then transferred to the Drives from the mounted batteries. Alternatively the SSD's can be powered from a single stand-alone Sony BPU battery.

Extreme SSD kits feature a; Solid State Drive (64GB or 128GB), Express Data Cable, Hirose Power Cable, USB Cable, e-Sata Data Cable, Hawk-Woods EX1/3 Camera Adaptor Mounting Bracket. The EX-SSD1 & EX-SSD2 are available now, visit hawkwoods.com for more information.

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