Archion’s Collaborate fits into an EditStor EO network to provide 24/7 Adobe CC cloud connectivity between local client workstations and all remote applications and systems.
Users of Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) now have an easy way to share assets and set up collaborative workflows easy that makes fast turnaround projects efficient for all. Archion, a Burbank, Calif.-based provider of networked storage solutions for media workflows, has develoedp a new server appliance called “Collaborate” that is designed to work in tandem with its EditStor EQ shared storage system and help provide continuous high-speed access to the world of Adobe CC assets, archives, libraries, files and tools.
This means users can leverage Collaborate for Adobe CC environments and gain a single local sync point to share, collaborate and create content in a highly streamlined way.
“Never before has there been so much to gain by combining Adobe Creative Cloud solutions with a networked storage infrastructure so that remote creative teams can deliver their most innovative work,” said James Tucci, chief technology officer of Archion. “While not every storage solution has been designed to work with media workflows, our EditStor platform was specifically designed for creative professionals and teams. At the same time, Archion's advanced Collaborate server has been specifically designed to meet the needs of Adobe's Creative Cloud.”
“We believe Adobe CC will change how industry professionals collaborate,” said Reuben Lima, Archion's chief executive officer. “Adobe has developed a rich environment of mobile tools for content creation, and Archion's Collaborate appliance will seamlessly sync content for shared production environments. Creative professionals using Adobe CC and Archion's EditStor will now gain the benefit of sharing and working together more easily and efficiently.”
Archion's Collaborate fits into an EditStor EO network to provide 24/7 Adobe CC cloud connectivity between local client workstations and all remote applications and systems. Easy to install and set up, it comes completely configured with two 10gigE ports. One is connected to the EditStor EO 10gigE port for fast transfer of media, Libraries and Collaboration files to the client's shared sync point. The second 10gigE port is connected to the Internet and Adobe CC Sync.
Sync is the key in the new Adobe CC tools. Archion's Collaborate provides the sync point for all the Adobe CC clients on the EditStor network, making CC Collaboration tools always available for mobile applications and remote networking clients. All of the assets, archives, files, libraries and Collaboration shares are available on all Adobe CC Sync systems 24/7 with EditStor and the Archion Collaboration appliance. Working with Collaborate is transparent to an Adobe user.Normally, when the workstation in a client-to-cloud connection is down, the access to Sync, Assets, Archive, Collaboration sessions and Libraries is not available. However, with Archion's Collaborate, Sync points are always available and online regardless of the status of the user system.
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