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NAB Spotlight; ATTO Showcasing New Products


ATTO.logoATTO Technology, Inc. will be showcasing two new products plus an industry-first driver set this year at the NAB Show in Las Vegas, Nevada April 8-11. ATTO will exhibit their extensive line of network and storage connectivity products and present workflow demonstrations at Booth SL7624, located in the South Hall on the Lower Level.

The ATTO XstreamCORE™ ET 8200 accelerated protocol converters. XstreamCORE ET 8200 is a top-of-rack storage controller that connects any external SAS device, such as a JBOD of HDDs or SSDs, a RAID array or external tape devices, and presents them on an Ethernet SAN fabric.

XstreamCore™ ET 8200

ATTO ThunderLink® NS 3252 Thunderbolt™ 3 to 25Gb Ethernet adapters. Providing the most flexible and scalable connectivity for today’s high-bandwidth content creation environments.

ATTO ThunderLink® NS 3252 Thunderbolt™ 3 to 25Gb Ethernet adapter
ATTO ThunderLink® NS 3252 Thunderbolt™ 3 to 25Gb Ethernet adapter

ATTO is also unveling macOS driver support for its latest generation Ethernet products, FastFrame 3 10/25/40/50/100GbE network adapters.

The in-booth demonstrations this year include the new ATTO ThunderLink® NS 3252 Thunderbolt™ 3 to 25Gb Ethernet adapter, an 8K editing workflow featuring ATTO Celerity™ 32Gb Fibre Channel HBAs, and ATTO FastFrame™ 40Gb NICs with ThunderLink powering Avid NEXIS connectivity.

For more information please visit Editors Note: Attention NAB Vendors – Please send all 2019 NAB press release information for consideration to [email protected] – Olivia Gleichauf

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