LaCie Showcases Lightning Fast Storage Solutions at 2012 NAB Show, Las Vegas
April 12, 2012
LaCie invites NAB Show® attendees to visit its booth (SL10320) to learn more about the company's latest products. LaCie has asserted itself as a leader in the industry by shipping the widest variety of Thunderbolt products of any company to date – the Little Big Disk Thunderbolt Series, the 2big Thunderbolt Series and the eSATA Hub Thunderbolt Series. Thunderbolt drives shave hours off the work day for video editors, making the editing process faster than ever before. This year at NAB, the company is thrilled to showcase cross-platform Thunderbolt compatibility for the first time with Mac and PC video editing demos.
VISIT THE BOOTH FOR INCENTIVESNAB Show visitors can stop by the LaCie booth and enter for a chance to win a 5big Office+. This NAS device is the perfect archive solution for video professionals and small offices. It features the industry-trusted Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 Essentials and a powerful dual-core 1.6GHz Intel® 64-bit Atom™ processor. It provides full data protection for archival, superior data sharing and collaboration for the entire office and offsite partners, easy integration, and low maintenance.
Attendees who visit the LaCie booth will also receive 2GB of free online storage from Wuala Secure Cloud Storage, LaCie's cloud storage offering. In order to protect user's privacy, Wuala encrypts the data on the computer before it is uploaded. During the upload, the data is split up into many different pieces and stored in multiple places to make certain a single file is never lost. For added protection the user's data is encrypted before it ever leaves their computer ensuring total security to the cloud and back.
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