pixitmedia Unlocks Complete Data Freedom With Its Advanced Data Storage And Management Solutions

Ngenea is a global unstructured data management and storage solution for data-intensive workloads. It combines storage tiers to enable better insights and accelerated workflows while automating data management, ensuring that data is available wherever it is needed across the global workflow.

The solution gives customers the choice and freedom to transition seamlessly to global data environments, delivering unrestricted performance and control of their assets and intellectual property. It provides high-performance, scalable storage solutions with automated tiering and customizable rules and criteria, all architected to meet any media workload at any scale.

Delivered as a data orchestration platform, Ngenea simplifies data management challenges by providing a global view of content, analytics, and insights. It is optimized for on-prem, hybrid, and cloud environments, enabling organizations to efficiently store and manage their data across various storage systems and cloud platforms while optimizing performance, cost, and data placement.

Ngenea helps media organizations streamline data workflows, optimize resource utilization, and improve productivity. As data management becomes increasingly complex, workflows are simplified, making it easier to find, work on and transport data. Kalray guarantees no data or vendor lock-in, no bandwidth or capacity taxes, an open architecture with no proprietary formats, and 100% user control.

Also during NAB, the Kalray team will present a suite of groundbreaking AI solutions. This showcase is the result of collaborative efforts with several high-profile media partners, such as 755 Lens, Filmlight, Perifery, Tuxera and Wasabi. Attendees can look forward to experiencing firsthand how these innovations can revolutionize media workflow software, storage and data management solutions.

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