GV Expo: Acromove to Showcase Portable Storage

Acromove will demo its portable Thunderbolt 2 RAID storage lineup.
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WASHINGTON--Acromove will demo its portable Thunderbolt 2 RAID storage lineup. The ThunderPack is a field recording system with power management using AC, Li-Ion batteries and external solar panels. According to the company, laptops, monitors, lights and LTO drives can all be run off of its internal power for up to 6 hours.

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Acromove’s units are manufactured out of local, aircraft-grade aluminum and carbon fiber panels, making them light and rugged. The ThunderPack can also be used as a Wi-Fi hotspot allowing transcoded clips to be shown on set. It can store up to 120 TB and has twenty-four 2.5-inch drive slots for either HDDs or SSDs. Its hardware RAID card enables the storage to be tiered for different performance needs.

The ThunderPack Mini is the newest addition to the Acromove lineup. It’s built with the same lightweight materials and is self-contained in an IP67-rated watertight, dustproof Pelican case. Its patented disk pod holds eight 2.5-inch HDDs or SSDs, with capacity up to 40 TB. The ThunderPack Mini can power a laptop, monitor and LTO drive from its internal three-battery system.

Acromove will be on the show floor in booth 209. For more information, visit www.gvexpo.com.

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