Scale Logic Offers MAM Expertise

The data and workflow solutions specialist is inviting attendees to a ‘Knowledge Zone’ to learn more about media management, storage and asset protection.

Explained Rob Hill, Sr. Director, Solutions Group, Scale Logic, “Today’s media and entertainment production workflows are more complex than ever before. With growing file sizes, increased video resolution and high-quality visual effects requiring more storage, network and server performance; post-production environments need their technology solutions to perform at peak efficiency. We’re committed to helping the entire industry manage all operations and processes, from ingest to cloud archive, more effectively.”

During each day of NAB, Scale Logic experts will host a booth discussion and demo tackling a different topic in MAM. Customer presentations will highlight the common experiences and challenges of working in high-performance environments.

“We know storage and media management, but the thing we do best is listen to the unique needs of each of our customers,” Hill said. “No two workflows are exactly alike, and it’s our duty as a partner to take a step back from selling and approach every interaction as an opportunity to share knowledge.”

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