JonatCalDigit

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  1. JonatCalDigit

    External SATA RAID Enclosure

    http://www.caldigit.com We don't sell "dummy boxes" though & we don't sell unpopulated subsystems, but our prices are good. Hope this helps.
  2. Well, you can externally wipe a hard drive with a degausser, but... http://www.periphman.com/degaussing/degaussers/hd1.shtml http://www.engadget.com/2006/06/30/militar...rive-degausser/ Awesome post! I personally like to use a high powered electro-magnet to "clean" my drives.
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    Does mechanical storage have a future?

    http://www.realtechnews.com/posts/3258 New Protein-Based Storage Technology Will Someday Boost DVD Capacity to 50TB Further proof the Blu-ray and other DVD technologies are just a quick stop on the road to even higher density DVD storage, an Indian scientist today announced a breakthrough that could someday boost DVD storage to a whopping 50 terabytes and make the hard drive obsolete. By coating the disc surface with a light sensitive protein, the capacity boost from the small genetically altered microbe proteins could eventually make a disc surface capable of holding 50,000 gigabytes Professor V Renugopalakrishnan of the Harvard Medical School in Boston has claimed to have developed a layer of protein made from tiny genetically altered microbe proteins which could store enough data to make computer hard disks almost obsolete. “What this will do eventually is eliminate the need for hard drive memory completely,†ABC quoted Prof. Renugopalakrishnan, a BSc in Chemistry from Madras University and PhD in biophysics from Columbia/State University of New York, Buffalo, New York as saying. The new protein-based DVD will have advantages over current optical storage devices such as the Blue-ray as well, because the information is stored in proteins that are only a few nanometres across. “The protein-based DVDs will be able to store at least 20 times more than the Blue-ray and eventually even up to 50,000 gigabytes (about 50 terabytes) of information. You can pack literally thousands and thousands of those proteins on a media like a DVD, a CD or a film or whatever,†he said. Source: Yahoo News We Say: Only downside I see is the inevitable ultra-extended director’s cut. King Kong was just not long enough! And what on earth would a single disc cost? $1,000? not to mention the player. Sounds interesting, but don’t hold your breath on seeing this anytime soon.
  4. The First Affordable True HD RAID Solution - S2VR Series Storage has always been the largest cost when editing uncompressed High-Definition or large volumes of footage. In spite of increased affordability of HD capture cards, the costs for SCSI or Fibre Channel remain high. The S2VR series, with SATA 3Gb/s interfaces, offers a more affordable storage solution. The S2VR features the high speed SATA 3G interface capable of sustaining over 450 MB/s* to support 10 bit uncompressed HD capture and playback. Available in capacities from 500GB** up to 5TB*. The S2VR can store up 15 hours of 10 bit HD 1080/60i footage*. The S2VR is equipped with removable hard drives and can be configured for Performance, Protected or JBOD.
  5. The First Affordable True HD RAID Solution - S2VR Series Storage has always been the largest cost when editing uncompressed High-Definition or large volumes of footage. In spite of increased affordability of HD capture cards, the costs for SCSI or Fibre Channel remain high. The S2VR series, with SATA 3Gb/s interfaces, offers a more affordable storage solution. The S2VR features the high speed SATA 3G interface capable of sustaining over 450 MB/s* to support 10 bit uncompressed HD capture and playback. Available in capacities from 500GB** up to 5TB*. The S2VR can store up 15 hours of 10 bit HD 1080/60i footage*. The S2VR is equipped with removable hard drives and can be configured for Performance, Protected or JBOD. www.caldigit.com