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NAB 2013: Small Tree debuts new shared storage solutions

April 9, 2013
NAB 2013: Small Tree debuts new shared storage solutions
LAS VEGAS — Minnesota-based Small Tree (www.small-tree.com) is showing three new products at the NAB show this week. The new TitaniumZ-16 is a simple, affordable and powerful shared storage system integrated and optimized for video editing. Available in 16- to 144-drive configurations and scalable to 158 ProRes 422 streams, TitaniumZ-16 enables up to 20 10GbE or 24 GbE port connectivity. TitaniumZ-16 offers ZFS, AFP, SMB (CIFS), NFS and iSCSI protocol support and works seamlessly with Adobe Creative Suite, Avid Media Composer, Avid Pro Tools, Apple Final Cut Pro 7, Apple Final Cut Pro X and Autodesk Smoke.
 
Small Tree's TitaniumZ-8 allows users to share everything, quickly and directly from the RAID. Available in 8- to 72-drive configurations and scalable to 120 ProRes 422 streams, TitaniumZ-8 enables up to 8 10GbE or 16 GbE port connectivity. The system is designed to be flexible in order to meet the most demanding editing situations. TitaniumZ-8 offers ZFS, AFP, SMB (CIFS), NFS and iSCSI protocol support and works with Creative Suite, Media Composer, Pro Tools,  Final Cut Pro 7 and X, and Autodesk Smoke.
 
And furthering the company's Titanium4, Small Tree’s new TitaniumZ-5 provides up to 15TB of usable capacity while scaling to 9 ProRes 422 streams. The TitaniumZ-5 is portable and designed for on-site editing. The solution offers ZFS, AFP, SMB (CIFS), NFS and iSCSI protocol support and works with Creative Suite, Media Composer, Pro Tools,  Final Cut Pro 7 and X, and Autodesk Smoke.