Offering video editors the ability to support 10 Gigabit Networks without needing expensive optics and cabling
May 24th, 2012
Small Tree introduces its ST10G-28Cat6, a 24 port 10 Gigabit Ethernet switch offering video editors the ability to support 10 Gigabit Networks without needing expensive optics and cabling, at Infocomm 2012 (Booth C5654 - Technologies for Worship pavilion). Leading experts in Mac OS X technology and converged networking, Small Tree is bringing two technologies together to allow fast, low latency storage protocols to run over Ethernet. The company's newest offering enables businesses to effectively migrate to the latest in 10 Gb technology significantly increasing their workflows due to the increased video streams being supported.
Optimized for video editing and providing "no compromise" performance, the ST10G-28Cat6 is an advanced system featuring Layer 2 switching, IP v4/v6 routing, QoS support and management capabilities. The system is built for superior flexibility, enabling RJ45 copper connectivity to 10GE or
1 GE networks in addition to providing 4 ports 10GE or 1 GE enabling support of multi-mode or single mode fiber media connectivity via SFP+ or SFP connectors. With this new switch, which includes Small Tree's proprietary, state-of-the-art network engineering, video editors can edit Pro Res 4444, uncompressed and 2k over affordable, ubiquitous Ethernet.
"Customers have been waiting for the arrival of 10GE copper switches to minimize their investment to make the leap to 10GE," said Corky Seeber, president of Small Tree. "With the strict budgetary restrictions churches and universities typically face, Small Tree's 24 port switch allows a seamless and cost-effective shift to 10GE."
For more information on Small Tree's ST10G28Cat6 or to purchase the newest product in the company's rapidly expanding roster of Ethernet-based storage and networking equipment, visit Booth C5654 at Infocomm or www.Small-Tree.com.