G-Raid ProDesigned from the ground up for creative professionals, G-RAID Pro offers high-speed FireWire 800 connectivity and fail-safe RAID 3 operation. G-RAID Pro - The Ultimate High-Performance Fail-Safe FireWire 800 Storage Solution Designed from the ground up for creative professionals, G-RAID Pro offers high-speed FireWire 800 connectivity and fail-safe RAID 3 operation. G-RAID Pro’s provides full-time data protection of your valuable content and is ideally suited for deployment in to creative environments including audio & video editing, motion graphics and digital photography. How it Works G-RAID Pro is equipped with a sophisticated hardware RAID 3 controller (striping with parity) and will continue to operate at full performance and without loss of data in the event of disk drive failure†¦your data is fully protected - the ultimate peace of mind! G-RAID Pro features five hot-swap drive modules that enable you to remove and replace a failed module without losing data or interrupting work in progress. Since the contents of the failed drive are rebuilt in the background on the replacement drive module, (using redundant or parity information) G-RAID Pro remains completely functional eliminating costly down time. G-Raid Pro provides up to 2000 GB of useable capacity for the most storage hungry applications.. Guaranteed Performance†¦Not Meaningless Benchmark Numbers Real-world performance within an application is the most important factor to consider when purchasing a RAID system. While benchmark numbers can be used to quantify the raw read/write performance of a storage system, they do not translate in to real-world performance. G-RAID Pro is guaranteed to the support the simultaneous playback of multiple layers of video in real-time as shown below. We stand behind this claim 100%. That said, G-RAID Pro saturates the FireWire bus bandwidth and provides a minimum sustained data transfer rate of 75 MB/second. Check out our new G-Raid Pro page for more information, capacities and pricing

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