Apple has started selling servers in his Internet store

Apple has started to cooperate with LumaForge, which produces the servers a Jellyfish. Now they can be purchased at the online Apple store. Prices start from $ 11 995,95.

Servers Jellyfish allow people who edit video on Mac, to work together on video processing. The station was created with the participation of professional filmmakers, editors and colorists. They are compatible with popular professional programs such as Final Cut Pro X, Premiere Pro and DaVinci Resolve.

Station sold in three versions:

  • Jellyfish Mobile — TB 32 for 11 995,95 dollars and 80 TB for 19 995,95 dollars. They have compact body and are designed for small teams. Their capacity is enough to provide a comfortable work with video in 4K and 8K.
  • Jellyfish Tower — 120 TB for 39 995 $ 95. Intended for teams who need to process large amounts of data. These stations are equipped with eight 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports and eight 1-Gigabit Ethernet ports. Their capacity is 4400 Mbps.
  • Jellyfish Rack — 200 TB for 49 995 $ 95. The characteristics are the same as Tower, but with more memory.

According to LumaForge, more than two hundred companies, including Activision, Adobe, BBC, CBS Interactive, Disney, Google, NASA, Pandora, Reuters, Sony and WeWork, Jellyfish use servers for storing video and collaboration.

The company invested Steve Bayes. This man worked at Apple for over 12 years before leaving in July 2018. His last position was senior Manager in Final Cut Pro.

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Clifton Nichols

Clifton Nichols

Hi! I’m Clifton and I am a full-stack engineer with a passion for building performant and scalable applications that are beautiful and easy to use.

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