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CalDigit Debuts Latest Creations at NAB 2011

CalDigit is a maker of storage solutions for the content creation industry. With years of experience and proven industry acclaim, CalDigit has paved the way for the future of storage. Users can see the latest innovations from CalDigit at NAB in the Las Vegas Convention Center starting April 11th, Booth SL5926.

The CalDigit FASTA-6GU3 is the first of its kind, combining two next generation interfaces into a single card with throughput speeds of up to 6Gbps. With both USB 3.0 and 6G eSATA connectivity, the CalDigit FASTA-6GU3 provides a connection for the latest technology. The CalDigit FASTA-6GU3 card has been designed for the most demanding content creators. Applications like video editing, audio sweetening and photography are the perfect fit.

Ideal for fast storage, the FASTA-6GU3 was designed to provide the CalDigit AV Drive, CalDigit VR and CalDigit VR mini the fastest connection possible. Also, with new USB 3.0 and SATA 6G devices being announced everyday, the FASTA-6GU3 lets users take advantage of this next generation connectivity.

The FASTA-6GU3 will be available latter this April.

CalDigit has released the latest version of the USB 3.0 driver for OS X. This new version includes many IO improvements Speeds of up to 160MB/s can now be reached in conjunction with the CalDigit AV Drive!

CalDigit is now offering support for 3TB hard drives. Previously 2TB drives were the maximum capacity available to users. In addition to the boost in capacity, the new 3TB drives are extremely fast, offering a performance boost to CalDigit products.

3TB drive configurations are now available on the CalDigit VR, CalDigit AV Drive and the HDPro-24. Users who wish to upgrade an existing CalDigit VR or HDPro-24 can simply purchase 3TB drive modules.

CalDigit announces an upgraded driver for the popular FASTA-2e eSATA card, which now supports 6G eSATA. The FASTA-2e provides 2 eSATA ports with the latest SATA 6G technology, allowing for speeds of up to 6Gbps. The new FASTA-2e driver adds many improvements including the ability to hot plug without performance loss.

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