Addonics Technologies today announced the USB HDD/Flash Duplicator, a USB device designed to operate as a stand-alone appliance for copying data from a single USB drive onto multiple USB drives at one time.
The USB HDD duplicator comes in a choice of three models that duplicate data onto 7, 15 or 31 targets. The new duplicator is an ideal tool for distributing content on flash drive, flash card or USB hard drives. The source and target can be any USB storage - hard drive, thumb drive or any flash card inserted into a USB flash reader, which makes this family of duplicators a convenient tool for transferring content between hard drives, flash drives and different type of flash media.
The 1:7 USB duplicator copies up to as many as seven USB drives at one time from a single USB source. Each USB port is designed to provide adequate power to operate all self-powered USB storage devices, including most 2.5" USB hard drives.
There is no computer or software needed. Simply attach the master USB drive to the source USB port and other USB drives into any target USB ports, press the copy button, and the duplication process starts automatically.
Aleratec today introduced the 1:11 HDD Copy Cruiser IDE/SATA hard drive duplicator. This tower disk duplicator and sanitizer is compatible with both IDE and SATA hard disk drives and has more than double the capacity of Aleratec’s popular 1:5 HDD Copy Cruiser IDE/SATA, giving users the ability to finish their large duplication or sanitization jobs even faster.
The 1:11 HDD Copy Cruiser IDE/SATA is a powerful, standalone hard disk drive duplicator. It can create up to 11 perfect hard drives clones simultaneously by performing a sector-by-sector copy from a single source hard disk to up to 11 target drives. This copy includes partition and boot sector information for a perfect clone. When a sector-level copy is not required, the 1:11 HDD Copy Cruiser IDE/SATA can also do file-level copies for supported file formats, which can save a significant amount of time.
It can also reliably wipe all traces of data from up to 12 hard disk drives at a time using Secure Erase, a National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) 800-88 approved method for clearing hard disks. This feature uses fast, secure algorithms created by the drive manufacturer and is built into most modern SATA hard drives as well as some IDE hard drives. If Secure Erase is not supported, the 1:11 HDD Copy Cruiser IDE/SATA can still sanitize drives with a choice of three comprehensive overwrite algorithms: a one-pass wipe, a three-pass wipe with verify, or a powerful seven-pass wipe which follows the Department of Defense 5220.22-M sanitization recommendation.
Rimage Corporation, the leader in secure multimedia content management and delivery solutions, today announced the launch of the Professional 5410N and 3410 disc publishing systems. The new systems incorporate a myriad of improvements inside and out, including performance enhancements and new automation features.
“Optical discs remain an essential content delivery vehicle for a wide range of businesses and industries,” said Sherman Black, CEO of Rimage. “Rimage has sold thousands of Professional series disc publishing systems since they were launched in 2010, and we are excited to offer our customers an even better solution today.”
Aleratec today announced the next generation of its Blu-ray/DVD/CD Tower Duplicator family of products. This standalone line of industrial-grade disc duplicators features increased storage space and, in some models, increased duplication capacity. These enhancements are coupled with the latest technology, all at a more affordable price.
The 1:4 Blu-ray/DVD/CD Tower Duplicator SA, 1:8 Blu-ray/DVD/CD Tower Duplicator SA and 1:15 Blu-ray/DVD/CD Tower Duplicator SA each feature cutting-edge 12X Blu-ray writers as well as a generous 2TB removable hard drive. This is twice the HDD storage space of the previous generation of Blu-ray/DVD/CD disc duplicators.
Aleratec today announced its new RoboJet Disc AutoPrinter with Continuous Ink System, a robotic disc printing system powered by Epson technology that prints up to 100 professional-quality Blu-ray, DVD or CD discs unattended, and has a high capacity ink system that saves time and money.
Simply load up to 100 inkjet-printable discs in the RoboJet’s disc autoloader and start fully automated disc printing runs. For added convenience, blank inkjet-printable discs can be added and completed discs can be removed while a job is in progress.
The RoboJet Disc AutoPrinter features a continuous ink system. It runs on inks formulated by Epson for the highest quality results when used with the Aleratec RoboJet Disc AutoPrinter. Its six-color process produces photo-quality images with 5,760 DPI resolution, and its high-capacity ink wells allow users to print as many as 1,800 images from a single filling. (Actual yields will vary depending on usage and print patterns.)
Acronova Technology, Inc. is proud to introduce Nimbie USB Plus NB21-BR as the world's first disc autoloader with SuperSpeed USB 3.0 technology. Being compatible with the latest USB 3.0 interface, which allows transfer speed of 5Gbit/s, Nimbie USB Plus is capable of burning Blu-ray discs two times faster than disc duplicators with USB 2.0 interface.
Many applications rely on Blu-ray's capacity for large amount of data or high-definition video, the current USB 2.0 transfer rate is slow for transferring such amount of data. By connecting Nimbie USB Plus to a USB 3.0 compatible PC, Blu-ray burning speed is two times faster.
Aleratec today announced an essential and portable tool for building and upgrading computer systems. The 1:3 HDD Copy Dock Duplicator is a powerful and versatile hard disk drive duplicator and HDD docking station that features PC connectivity via USB 3.0 or eSATA.
With this HDD duplicator and hard drive dock, users can copy from a single source hard drive to up to three target hard drives at one time, making hard disk duplication more efficient.
As a docking station, the 1:3 HDD Copy Dock Duplicator can be connected to a PC with an included SuperSpeed USB 3.0 or included eSATA cable. This connection allows users instant access to the contents of up to four connected hard disk drives at a time. Users can add additional storage to an existing computer or just manage their drives with greater ease.
Millenniata announced today it entered into a reseller agreement with Vinpower Digital, one of the leading global providers of digital data duplication equipment, who will resell Millenniata's M-DISC™ to its global customers. The M-DISC will provide mass permanent archival and backup storage with Vinpower's M-DISC compatible duplicators.
"This is a significant reseller agreement," said Scott Shumway, Millenniata CEO. "With its global customer and channel base, Vinpower is positioned very well to bring the benefits of M-DISC permanent storage on a mass basis throughout the world."
Vinpower Digital is a manufacturer and global supplier of reliable and advanced digital duplication equipment. The company has production and sales facilities in Taiwan and China, a sales office in Germany and is headquartered in the United States.
"We are very excited to offer M-DISC media," said Ryan Swerdloff, vice president of marketing and sales of Vinpower Digital. "Used for archival and permanent backup, M-DISC will allow users to copy digital content knowing it will remain exactly as it is for centuries. M-DISC is perfect for safety and longevity for any digital data."
MF Digital, a long time leader in Live Event Recording announces its newest live event digital recorder and CD / DVD duplicator in-one – the 5200 Series ‘EventCD’.
The new EventCD combination recorder/duplicator system allows easy recording from virtually any mixer or other analog or digital source right to the “EventCD” hard disk and then almost instantaneous output to two and up to forty-two disc copies at once via its modular expansion approach. This powerful and easy to use system is ideally suited for the recording of church and school events, seminars, lectures, concerts, legal depositions, or any application where multiple audio recordings are instantly needed.
“Unlike the traditional CD recorders we see today, with the EventCD you can add and remove content and even include pre-recorded content like a run-out track. You can set and change your tracks markers, span longer recording across multiple discs and do so at any point and in any number. ”, according to John McGrath, US Sales manager, MF Digital. Mr. McGrath went on to say, “… and unlike virtually all CD recorders, the EventCD is also a very capable, and expandable, CD and DVD copier.”
The EventCD can record over 650 hours of uncompressed CD quality sound directly to the system’s hard drive. The user simply records the event or performance to the hard disk, sets the desired Start IDs or track points, optionally edits or sets one or more span points for longer recordings exceeding the capacity of a single CD, and then submits the job. Within three minutes of the event’s conclusion, the user will have multiple copies of the event. It’s a simple to use powerful system that can be expanded to suit any need.
In a move that will help protect documents, records, photographs and other digital data for up to 1,000 years, Xerox Corporation announced that all of its DVD Duplicators now can copy content onto specialized DVDs that are designed to last for centuries.
As more businesses and individuals store content on digital mediums, such as CDs, hard drives, flash drives and servers, there is greater potential for content to inadvertently get erased or corrupted. With this in mind, Xerox , through a licensing agreement with Vinpower Digital, will enable all Xerox DVD Duplicators to copy digital content onto the long lasting Vinpower M-DISC 4.7GB recordable media.
Different from traditional DVDs, the M-DISC utilizes an inorganic stone-like material on the write layer that is extremely resistant to heat, light, humidity, and oxidation, leading causes of data loss and content corruption on conventional DVDs. When tested by the U.S. Department of Defense Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, the M-DISC was the only media out of five competing brands to retain the data burned onto it without degradation, even when subject to the highest degree of ultraviolet rays and inclement weather.