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For those of our HTF readers for whom money is no object, Kaleidescape has announced the release of the compact Terra 22TB ($10,995, pictured in header) and Terra 88TB ($29,995, pictured below) movie servers, replacing the compact Terra 18TB and Terra 72TB models, respectively. Both new storage devices are available from approved dealers and integrators now. Kaleidescape has nearly 14,000 lossless purchase movie titles and 9,000 available to rent which can be stored and played out on the platform at home.

The full range of Kaleidescape storage options now consists of the Terra 6TB, compact Terra 12TB, compact Terra 22TB, and the larger Terra 48TB or Terra 88TB. The company says that the sequencing provides efficient options for those who want storage flexibility on a smaller scale, or for those with larger collections looking to expand as more 4K UHD titles become available. All the devices can download movies in as little as 10 minutes.

Kaleidescape Terra 88TB movie server

The new Terra 88TB can store nearly 1,500 4K UHD movies, serve up to 10 simultaneous 4K UHD playbacks on multiple Strato players. The new 22TB device can store over 350 4K UHD movies or over 650 movies with a mix of 4K UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD titles, and serve up to five simultaneous 4K UHD playbacks. Up to four compact Terra servers can be combined in a single system for more storage.

“Kaleidescape is committed to acting on customer feedback, streamlining our product line to meet our wide range of customer needs in the 4K UHD era while maintaining the unrivaled quality, faster download speeds and seamless playback experience that define Kaleidescape,” said Tayloe Stansbury, CEO, Kaleidescape. “This new server lineup offers five different storage capacities, spaced roughly a factor of two apart from each other.”

In addition to the pricing above, the Strato C play-out devices are priced at $3,995 each. For more information, go to Kaleidescape.

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