​Quantum and Dalet Expand Partnership

Quantum has announced certification of Xcellis Scale-out NAS with the Dalet Galaxy MAM.

Solutions infrastructure and integration services manager for Dalet, Eran Binyamin Zeitoun, said, “Quantum and Dalet have a long history of working closely to optimize and integrate joint solutions. Dalet solutions rely on high-performance, high-availability storage, and Quantum’s Xcellis Scale-out NAS is the cornerstone of a quick, resilient approach to media production challenges.”

Anniek Snauwaert, director, technology alliances, Quantum added, “Quantum’s Xcellis Scale-out NAS combines the performance and scalability of a SAN with the cost-efficiency and ease of use of NAS. By affordably delivering high performance, petabyte-level scalability and advanced storage management capabilities, Xcellis Scale-out NAS is ideal for providing the storage backbone required by Dalet MAM users.”

The combination of Xcellis Scale-out NAS and Dalet Galaxy is claimed to improve media workflows. For example, source material, work in progress, and finished packages can be shared and made instantly available on every desktop, or remotely.

In addition, users can produce more stories and packages in less time with a unique rights-managed workflow engine that enhances collaboration and productivity.

Metadata can be captured from every data source, generated automatically and retained throughout the workflows, reducing manual data entry and accelerating access to online or archived material.

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