What you need to know
- OWC has announced the new Jellyfish R24 server designed for video editors.
- The new Jellyfish R24 can be configured with more than 1.5PB of storage.
- Other announcements include new storage accessories and software.
OWC has today announced a raft of new storage and connectivity products, the most interesting of which is a new rack-mounted server designed for video professionals who need more than 1.5 petabytes of storage.
The new Jellyfish R24 is a beast and is designed for full video editing teams who need fast and reliable access to assets while they work. The New R24 packs 512GB of RAM and two different SSD caches alongside four 10-gigabit Ethernet ports. And it just gets more insane from there!
As for pricing, it's at the level where you really don't want to think about it but probably already have the company credit card in hand. More information is available on the OWC website.
If you're a pro video team that needs the best Mac storage solution, OWC is always a good place to start.
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