Symply Demonstrate SymplyWORKSPACE Storage Solution

​Symply, which is part of the Global Distribution group, has SymplyWORKSPACE, a Thunderbolt 3-based SAN technology using StorNext 6 on show at the NAB NY show.

The Symply solution allows laptops and workstations equipped with Thunderbolt 3 to ingest, edit, finish, and deliver without the need to move content locally, even at 4K resolutions with a direct Thunderbolt 3 cable connection, and with no adapter needed.

Based on Quantum StorNext 6 sharing software, users can connect up to 8 laptops and workstations to the system using a standard Thunderbolt with no additional hardware or adapters, and share video files, graphics and other data files instantly, says Symply.

The systems are expected to start under $10,000 USD for 48TB and up to four users.

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