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In its first NAB outing since Masstech and SGL merged, the company will showcase its FlashNet media object storage application and media services framework in on-premise, cloud, and in hybrid configurations.
FlashNet media object storage is presented as a highly scalable cross-platform content management system that integrates with leading MAM, NRCS, automation, video server, and library systems to improve media organizations' workflow efficiency.
“A hardware-agnostic solution, FlashNet adapts to growing and changing organizational and business requirements,” states Masstech. The product is available from a single server to an enterprise-scale system. FlashNet features automated failover and built-in redundancy, and its support for LTFS allows tapes to be mounted on a Windows file system for emergency file access.
During this year's NAB Show, Masstech will highlight its MassStore media services framework for advanced applications. This solution provides a standardized service orchestration layer to facilitate interaction between MAM, PAM, DAM, and NRCS solutions and stored media objects. Built-in integration management simplifies accommodation of disparate systems from multiple vendors.
Says Mike Palmer, CTO, Masstech; "Our flagship solutions, MassStore and FlashNet, boast successful track records with media companies around the globe, and we'll highlight their unique ability to automate and streamline content storage and management both in the cloud and on-premise. We're proud to offer competitively priced solutions that integrate seamlessly with existing systems, scale to fit all organization types and budgets, and come with class-leading, broadcast standard 24x7 support."
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