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Ralf Jurrien : July 13th 2007 - 11:03 CET

Guardian MAXimus RAID-1 storage wins awards


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Newer technologyGuardian MAXimus RAID-1 storage wins awards : Newer Technology, announced that it has won the American Photo 2007 Editor’s Choice Award for Best Storage Products for the NewerTech Guardian MAXimus RAID-1 storage solution, the first low-cost FireWire and USB2 External RAID-1 Storage Solution for consumers and professional users alike. Article excerpt: “One convenient and reasonably priced solution is this dual-drive RAID (redundant array of independent disks). The Guardian MAXimus continuously ‘mirrors’ your data to two separate drives, writing two identical volumes. If one drive fails, the RAID’s status LEDs warn you, even as it continues to write data to the second,” American Photo, July/August 2007.
Guardian MAXimus RAID-1 storage wins awardsAmerican Photo Editor’s Choice Award
Featured in the July/August issue of American Photo, the 2007 Editor’s Choice Awards inform readers of “the best of the best,” recognizing quality and technological advancement among manufacturers in a wide range of product categories serving the professional photography industry. With a circulation of over 250,000, American Photo is the premier showcase for outstanding photography and photographic products.

Guardian MAXimus RAID-1
Underneath Guardian MAXimus’s sleek, unassuming housing beats the heart of a super protector ready to save large amounts of precious data quickly, reliably, and effortlessly. Pre-configured hardware RAID solutions feature 2 paired lightning fast SATA drives with up to 1TB each of storage capacity and a high speed Oxford 924 FireWire 800/400 & USB 2.0 chipset to deliver some of the fastest single drive transfer rates possible...up to 100MB per second! Enclosure only kits also available for "add your own hard drive" flexibility and economy. Thanks to its 2 FireWire 800 ports, 1 FireWire 400 port, and 1 USB 2.0 port, Guardian MAXimus offers Plug-and-Play connectivity of vault-like mirrored data storage performance to ANY computer with an available FireWire or USB port.

Newer Technology
Since 1984, Newer Technology, Inc. (NewerTech) has been recognized as the leading developer of performance upgrades for PowerBooks, desktop Macintosh computers, Intel Macs, iMacs, iPods and Mac OS compatibles. NewerTech is headquartered in Woodstock, Illinois.





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