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FireWire Direct Unveils Terabyte RAIDNew units available in rackmount configurations
The device offers a terabyte of continuous formatted data storage and uses the Oxford 911 ATA-100 FireWire bridge. It's targeted toward both digital video professionals and IT applications.
According to the company's own benchmarks, the Epic-DS (tested on a Macintosh G4 867 MHz, RAID 0, dual-channel) has sustained read speeds of 48,281 KB per second, with a peak of 52,265 KB per second. Write speeds are 39,383 KB per second, with a peak of 40,855 KB per second. Average access time is 8.6 milliseconds.
The 1,080 GB Epic-DS rackmount is available now for $5,995. The 900 GB version is available for $4,575. For more information, visit http://www.firewiredirect.com.
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