TerraBlock 5.0 Continues Facilis Technology’s Tradition of High Performance and Flexibility

Category: NAB
Hudson, Mass. & Las Vegas, Nev. – Facilis Technology , a leader in media storage technology for post-production and content creation, brings editors and content creators even greater performance and power with TerraBlock 5.0. This version delivers enhanced performance for OS X Shared File System clients, new scalability options, and features aimed at collaborative workflows. 


Truly, one of the most collaborative, cross platform SAN, TerraBlock 5.0 offers post-production workstations the following features:

·         Complete Final Cut Pro project sharing 
·         Enhanced performance in Mac OS X Shared File System
·         Pro Tools 9.0 file-level support
·         64bit Kernel support for Mac OS X
·         10Gbit Ethernet support for client workstations

TerraBlock 5.0 debuts with the ability to expand capacity through Facilis Technology’s new T8 SAS-attached storage system. This provides 14 additional terabytes of usable storage available through the Facilis Shared File System, allowing Multi-user Write access to all stations connected to the TerraBlock.  


 
"As our customer base grows and the post production industry continues to evolve, we’ve adapted to our customers’ workflow by maintaining the functionality of past versions while breaking ground with entirely new capabilities,” said Francis Albert, founder and president of Facilis Technology. “With TerraBlock 5.0, we’re offering a dynamic and flexible feature set to improve the highest performing shared storage system on the market.”
 
Experience the full power of TerraBlock 5.0 and T8 workflow by visiting booth #SL4428 at NAB 2011. TerraBlock 5.0 will be shipping post NAB 2011.



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