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    Senior Member Evangelos Achillopoulos's Avatar
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    Hello All, its long time since I had the chance to write here.

    I want to bring to your attention our Shippable NAS server called ServerPack 35.

    It is a ruggedized portable server build inside a 1440 Peli case, designed to be able to be Fedexed without a second thought since they are GPS/GSM traceable and totally shockproof/weatherproof. We are using FreeNAS with Raid-Z2 with AES-256 encryption and it has 12x 3,5" 12TB drives. ServerPacks are equipped with multiply 10G ports that can easily saturate when transferring data. You can use ServerPack everywhere there is power without looking for a dry clean desk or rack to operate it. We have accessories like special wheels to move it without a problem everywhere... ServerPacks are designed from ground up to be your long distance data transfer work horse.

    These babes are used about a year now from IBM cloud (we are OEM them for IBM) to transfer massive amounts of data around the world with the highest security available using any overnight courier service available.

    We now have an office in LA Universal City to handle sales/renting/servicing so we will be happy to show you the systems. I will also be happy to answer any questions you may ask.





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    Ballpark price?
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    Same Q as Mark! Does this have any online surge protection built in?
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    We are testing the PSUs with 16KV ESD guns, and the design is for heavy industrial use. So yes we have surge protection and a special inline power filter with ultra fast fuse. We had a ThunderPack in in Africa 3 years ago shooting a doc on Elephants on a 3d 360 production and a thunderstorm hit the shelter and a thunder stoke and fried the diesel engine. The only thing that was still working on the shelter was the ThunderPack and the MacBook connected to it... We build devices for working outside... So all these things are standard up to Mil Specs.

    A ServerPack 35 (SP3) with 12x 10TB disks, 8 core Xeon, 64GB Ram, SSD boot, with FreeNAS, 2x 1Gbit, 2x 10Gbit Ethernet ports, configured with ZFS Raid6, including our AcroTrace security and antitamper GPS/GSM tracking service (with internal battery for more than a week of tracking capability), sells at 37K$ and it is the system IBM uses. But systems (the SP3A models) without all the security stuff at entry level are starting from 11K$ without disks.

    This system (the high security one w/ 120TB) rents for 400$/d, 1200$/wk, 1500$/10days, or 3600$/mo, additional days are 150$/d

    We do have some introductory discounts, call +1 (844) 383-2276 and ask Steve Crouch to give you pricing and availability. You can also sent an email to Steve [at] acromove [com]
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