Hybinette Sapphire Raid Adds Large Volume Storage to Brisque
Press release from the issuing company
Denver, Colorado - May 2004 - The Brisque(R) family of workflow products automates the tools, operation and processes in the prepress workflow. But with file sizes continually on the increase, the Brisque's 75 gigabyte partitions make it difficult to store large jobs on one location on the server. Hybinette, Inc. offers a solution to this problem with the addition of its Sapphire RAID.
At Frederic Printing, a Consolidated Graphics company in Denver, Colorado, a Hybinette Sapphire RAID was added to the firm's Brisque, providing two 700 gigabyte storage volumes.
"It really smoothed out our work flow and made storage use much easier for operators. We no longer have to battle with multiple volumes when searching for job files, which is saving us a great deal of time and energy." said Aaron Kramer, prepress manager at Frederic Printing. The Sapphire RAID storage improved the Brisque's processing speed and increased overall print productivity.
Designed specifically for businesses with large storage demands, the Sapphire RAID by Hybinette, Inc. significantly boosts storage space without breaking the bank. Sapphire is a host-independent, high-performance RAID subsystem that is compact and user friendly. Available in either a tower or rack mount style, Sapphire increases storage on a variety of systems, including Intel, Sun, SGI and Brisque.
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