Today, it is commonplace in the entertainment industry to produce projects in HD resolutions and higher meaning the artistic creatives need higher speed processing and larger memory to satisfy the higher demand. To accommodate for this the connection of processor and HBA must be upgraded synchronously. The A08S-PS has aPCIe interface with high bandwidth which provides media workgroups with stable performance that you don’t have to worry about situation such like drop frames and unstable read/write processes. The advantages of high bandwidth in PCIe makes it ideally suited to 3D creative groups when working with special effect and colour correction in uncompressed formats in 2K/HD.
This means that the A08S-PS gives you more peace of mind and power to truly release your creative inspiration.
Silver metallic chassis, skyblue LCD signal light and compact size make our customers happy to easily integrate the A08S-PS in to their working environments giving them the power and functionality they need.
The PCIe interface differs from other interfaces which double the time of signal transporting, The PCIe interface provides the highest speed, lowest retardation and a consistently stable data flow. A08S-PS supports 3G SAS and SATA hard-disks, users can select hard drives depending on usage and budget. For users who require a more cost effective storage system, SATA HDD is an ideal choice to establish a 16TB-large capacity raid, for users who demand high data security, they can choose high stability and optimized performance SAS HDD drives to process large data flows. Based on the PCIe high-tech specification, which provides upto 250MB/s bandwidth in every channel, the A08S-PS has four data transmission channels that mean the A08S can reach 10Gb/s bandwidth. Compared with Firewire technology’s 250~300MB/s throughput, the A08S’ 750MB/s is far faster. The A08S-PS’ high performance not only stands for maximizing the utilization of every HDD but also represents the quality standard and efficiency required for the film editing process for media workgroups.