Small Tree (, designer of networking and
shared storage products for professional video and audio editors,
will preview its GraniteSTOR FCoE (Fibre Channel over Ethernet)
product — next generation SAN technology — at Macworld Expo 2010
(booth 647).

Taking advantage of 10 Gigabit over Ethernet’s robust throughout
capabilities, GraniteSTOR FCoE will provide post-production editors
with maximum efficiency while easily handling 10 bit HD uncompressed
video or next generation 8k video, says Corky Seeber, president of
Small Tree.

Designed for both Final Cut and Pro Tools users, Small Tree’s FCoE
storage technology produces exceptional system performance due to
several new networking features; most important of which is OS X
stack bypass, he adds. According to Seeber, further cost savings from
FCoE will result as 10GBase-T becomes common in the marketplace.
Previewing its FCoE technology for Mac OS X at Macworld, Small Tree
expects its complete FCoE solution to be available by April.