SOURCE: Promise Technology
MILPITAS, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 8, 2013) - PROMISE Technology, Inc., a leader in developing high-performance storage solutions for the media and entertainment market, today announced that it will showcase the industry's fastest storage solutions with Thunderbolt™ technology on Windows® at NAB 2013 from April 8 - 11 in Las Vegas at booth #SL9324. PROMISE was the first company to ship Thunderbolt enabled storage devices, and has further asserted itself as a leader by developing the industry's widest line of storage solutions with Thunderbolt technology. At this year's NAB Show, PROMISE is excited to showcase its storage solutions which are Thunderbolt certified for PC by Intel® Corporation, including the world's first RAID storage solution to receive Thunderbolt certification for PC, the Pegasus R4/R6; in addition to the pocket-sized Pegasus J2.
The NAB show has become the stage for the latest innovations for professionals in the post-production, film and broadcast industries. Pegasus and Thunderbolt are innovations which have become key players for the media and entertainment market by expanding what is possible for pros throughout the content lifecycle. With Thunderbolt certification for PC, creative professionals on PCs can now leverage the outstanding performance of Pegasus to produce broadcast-quality media, in addition to editing high definition video in uncompressed 10-bit or 4K resolutions in real time. This outstanding performance in both the Mac and Windows ecosystems, combined with its ease of use, has positioned the Pegasus product line amongst the leading storage solutions for rich media applications.
"PROMISE is very excited to showcase the Pegasus R4/R6 and the Pegasus J2 on Windows at the NAB Show," said James Lee, CEO, PROMISE Technology. "The incredible throughput and ease of use of Pegasus are helping creative professionals on both Mac and PC work much more efficiently -- and there is no better stage than the NAB Show to demonstrate how PROMISE's storage solutions with Thunderbolt technology can accelerate and simplify even the most demanding digital media workflows."
"Thunderbolt brings incredible performance, flexibility and simplicity to professionals in the media and entertainment industry," said Jason Ziller, Intel's director of Thunderbolt Marketing. "The Pegasus J2 and Pegasus R4/R6 help highlight what is possible for creative professionals, whether they are working on Mac or PC."
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PROMISE Technology is a recognized global leader in storage industry and the leading innovator in RAID technology providing a complete range of vertically integrated storage solutions targeting data center, cloud, surveillance, rich media markets and much more. Catering to enterprise, mid-range, entry-level and consumer data management needs, PROMISE products are distinguished by their Unified Common RAID Core, management software and unparalleled support. PROMISE Technology is an ISO-9001:2008 and ISO-14001:2004 certified manufacturer with sales and support teams and operations throughout the Americas, EMEA, and APAC regions providing unparalleled service and support to customers around the globe. For more information, visit PROMISE Technology's website at www.promise.com.
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