ELEMENTS Integrates NVMe Across Storage Range

ELEMENTS says its storage and server tech will perform with zero latencies and double the throughput on integration of Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe).

By deploying NVMe-based storage for transparent caching, and using Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCIe) high-bandwidth bus technology, the latest ELEMENTS appliances will perform with zero latencies and double the throughput – a huge benefit for all media workflows, the German vendor claims.

Rendering tasks will also be accomplished “at a significantly accelerated pace” due to the high-level of Input/Output Operations per Second rates. Workstations in raw workflows in UHD, 4K and up will “experience incredible bandwidth” for increased write access.

ELEMENTS’ entire range of media storage and server appliances will be demonstrated for the first time at NAB. NVMe is available immediately in ONE, NAS, and the mobile storage CUBE.

Visitors can also check the firm’s Media Library that incorporates an embedded media player that can playback up to four videos simultaneously - selectively synchronous and asynchronous, allowing comparison of four editing versions concurrently.

The Media Library also contains a Rough-Cut Editor “comparable to other professional editing tools”. 

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