Supports Uncompressed Workflows
ExaSAN SW16 is the newest member of the PCIe 2.0 switch family. With 16 ports, it allows up to 12 clients to share over 500 terabytes of storage for efficient, productive, and collaborative workflow. 4 ports are allocated for ExaSAN storage unit such as A12S2-PS. SW16 also provides 20Gb/s of bandwidth to each clients, and 20Gb/s to each of the storage ports via the QFSP connections. When building a SAN using 4 x A12S2-PS RAID systems and 12 x JBOD systems, you can achieve about 768TB(with 4TB HDD) making it the largest of media storage SAN on PCIe.
Compatible all rounder
Accusys’ SW16 its not only a 12 client switch with 20Gb/s of bandwidth to each clients but a 1U rackmount easily integrates with the A12S2-PS RAID and JBOD systems in machine room racks or in transportable cart systems, on-set or on – location. With a wide verity of supported SAN software as its impressive features, together with our SANit, making it a strong contender for the PCIe switch market.
ExaSAN Shared Storage Solution with PCIe2.0 SWF16 can support up to 12 host connections with maximum 4 units of 20Gb A12S2-PS RAID systems. Each A12S2-PS can be expanded with 3 A12S2-SJ 6Gb JBOD systems, the maximum hard drive load is 192 pieces and generate 80Gb bandwidth.
Support cross-platform collaborative workflow
Centralized asset management
Reducing the time for file copies and repeat
Simultaneous real-time access in uncompressed video format
Supports multiple HD, 2K and 4K DPX streams
Supports various SAN management software like SANit, MetaSAN, Xsan or Fibrejet.
Actual total performance:
Single client performance up to:
ExaSAN SW16 Shared Storage Solution supports most of SAN management software and cross platform workflow including Mac, Windows, and Linux.
SW16 are all compatible with the non-MAC workstations such as Windows and Linux platforms. With SAN management software from such as MetaSAN, Fibrejet, Xsan and of course SANit, user can use workstations with different platforms to access ExaSAN storage content simultaneously, unitizing a viable cross-platform SAN framework.
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