​Archiware’s Archive Solution Costs EUR1,000

A new P5 Desktop Edition license caters to small teams and single users.

The Archiware P5 Desktop Edition helps smaller teams take the first step towards professional archiving. The P5 Archive Edition costs EUR1,000 (U$1,400) and includes software licenses for the P5 Archive and P5 Backup modules for use with a single LTO tape drive. Both modules are fully featured, so P5 Archive includes the mini-MAM functionality with a browsable metadata catalogue, proxies and previews.

Archiware customer, Director and DOP Anton Nelson said, “Moving to LTO tape and the flexible P5 Archive platform has improved my workflow and halved my storage expenditure. Now finding a file from a previous production is really easy and provides an additional revenue stream for me." 

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