AIC Xtore StudioRAID Storage Systems for Professionals

Xtore StudioRAIDAdvanced Industrial Computer has always been providing outstanding content creators, high storage capacity and fail-safe operation at a low-price cost per gigabyte. Today they announced that its StudioRAID Xtore storage systems are now available via the solutions distribution leader and an operating group of Avnet, Avnet Technology Solutions.

These local storage systems are the first Avid Certified in the industry. Professionals who use the qualified Xtore StudioRAID products with Media Composer, Symphony and NewsCutter Video Editing Solutions can be ensured that they will experience the same system reliability and performance expected from Avid customers.

“Sharing a focus on the customer has been the basis for our long-standing relationship with AIC,” said Mike Gaeta, vice president, supplier marketing, Embedded Solutions, for Avnet Technology Solutions, Americas. “By providing support for the Xtore StudioRAID storage product line, we can offer customers a very real competitive advantage with responsive service and availability of these high performance products.”

“The fact that Avnet is adding our Xtore StudioRAID line to their portfolio is significant,” said Gene Lee, senior vice president, AIC. “It means that our customers will have Avnet’s outstanding support and resources that can shorten delivery time and reduce costs.” 

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