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Joe Rorke of Rorke Data, a long-time Seagate partner, will be discussing their new low cost file level SAN for Avid, FCP and Adobe Users at NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) show next week in Las Vegas.
See Rorke Data at NAB April 16-19, 2012 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall, Lower Level, Booth# SL12415.
Rorke Data’s M&E Division specializes in RAID, SAN, NAS and Archive storage solutions for the post, film and broadcast markets. Since their first showing at NAB in 1989, Rorke has consistently delivered creative solutions for creative people. Our longevity stems from an old-school approach to business: understand and solve our customers’ problems with quality products, and take care of those customers with world-class service and support.
This year Rorke Data will display its fully integrated file based workflow solution with award winning products such as: Aurora, a scalable RAID/SAN appliance; HyperFS, a low latency, multi-platform file and block level SAN file system; Strawberry, a project management server allowing full project sharing over SAN or LAN for Avid, Adobe, and Apple Final Cut Pro workgroups; DCA, a hierarchal storage management server and LTO5 based archive system and Velocity, a WAN and LAN file transfer optimization utility.

Rorke Data uses Seagate Enterprise drives in their RAID, SAN & Archive solutions. Their customers rely on the performance of Pulsar SSDs and Savvio HDDs along with the large capacities they require with the Constellation ES family of capacity-optimized hard drives.
Learn more about Rorke Data – watch this video.

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