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Albert Smith

Member Since:
January 19th 2012
6 Posts
Thunderbolt Backwards compatible to esata
by Albert Smith 7 years ago
I have seen alot of solutions to convert the thunderbolt port to Esata but are any of these solutions backwards compatible. I need to connect a thunderbolt hardrive to a Esata port....possible
Re: Thunderbolt Backwards compatible to esata
by Alex Gerulaitis 7 years ago
Not possible, sorry. Alex Gerulaitis Systems Integrator DV411 - Los Angeles, CA
Whats wrong with thunderbolt? promise and sonnet vs current mini sas/pcie arrays
by Albert Smith 7 years ago
I have heard a number of people say the promise thunderbolt product is not up to par and I am wondering if someone could explain the possible problems I may encounter with it (actually havent heard an
Re: Whats wrong with thunderbolt? promise and sonnet vs current mini sas/pcie arrays
by Albert Smith 7 years ago
I emailed you....felt that would be a more appropriate place for this conversation.
The relationship between speed and storage capacity. Advice on building raid arrays for 2 small edit bays
by Albert Smith 7 years ago
We are in need of storage solutions for our small production shop. We do a range of work from high end projects shot on RED and generally transcoded to Pro Res 444 to a large amount of work on DSLRS d
Re: The relationship between speed and storage capacity. Advice on building raid arrays for 2 small edit bays
by Steve Modica 7 years ago
When you're talking shared storage (over AFP, Samba etc), the clients can't cache much. They have to let the server do that. So data needs to get to the server or from the server in a narrow window to
Best Sata Drive for shelving.
by Albert Smith 7 years ago
I work for a small production company with a few clients (go through maybe 500GB of data a month) Since currently we can't afford more expensive longer term archival solutions and we rarely need to ac
Re: Best Sata Drive for shelving.
by Rich Rubasch 7 years ago
I stick to Hitachi and Seagate and usually get the 7200rpm type because once in a while we edit off the backup for a quick turn. I do not buy Western Digital or Samsung. I have over 75 SATA bare drive
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