​EditShare Partners With HPE

EditShare has joined forces with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to deliver media management and storage solutions using HPE ProLiant servers.

EditShare customers can look forward to an increased pace of innovation, while taking advantage of HPE’s forward-looking technology roadmap,” states Sunil Mudholkar, VP of product, EditShare. “HPE has a deserved reputation for building high performing, dependable and cutting-edge servers and storage solutions. Joining forces allows us to focus on our award-winning open software solutions and push the flexibility, scalability, and performance of media-optimized software technology on standard IT hardware.”

“Digital media content is increasingly growing, requiring reliable and secure compute and storage solutions to efficiently store and manage data. Leading providers such as EditShare are addressing this need for a range of media content production needs,” said Phillip Cutrone, VP and GM of Service Providers, OEM and Major Accounts at HPE. “Through our latest OEM collaboration, EditShare is providing customers with reliable, integrated solutions built on HPE ProLiant servers, which are the world’s most trusted compute platforms with industry-leading performance and scalability, to meet growing data demands.”

“As video production becomes a more integral component of every company’s business, it’s important to offer an enterprise level storage and asset management solution that meets these needs. EditShare’s alignment with HP meets these requirements,” states Marci Maddox, IDC research director digital experience strategies.

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