Nativ’s MAM tied into Quantum storage

MAM vendor Nativ is partnering with storage experts Quantum to integrate Nativ’s MioEverywhere with Quantum’s StorNext 5 shared storage and workflow platform.

The integration will be demonstrated on Nativ’s stand at NAB and will be showcased in a cloud-based approach leveraging the Switch SUPERNAP data centre in Las Vegas.

Workflow orchestrations in MioEverywhere can benefit from automated movement of content across different levels of Quantum storage, including Lattus extended online storage and Scalar tape libraries. The MioEverywhere MAM can provide federated search across all levels of storage in each workflow stage and offers access to advanced browser-based tools to enable approvals, logging, search, workflow and media processing from anywhere in the world.

The solution is integrated with Adobe Premiere and Prelude to allow transfer of media and metadata between on premise and remote Quantum storage solutions.

“The demonstration at SUPERNAP in Las Vegas of our joint solution will highlight the power of a cloud-based media workflow in enabling digital content producers and owners to control their media and make more money from their content,” said Jon Folland, CEO, Nativ.

Alex Grossman, vp Media and Entertainment, Quantum said: “The combined Quantum-Nativ solution makes the creative process more efficient and enables organizations to leverage their content more easily and cost effectively.”

Nativ is at NAB Booth SU12207

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