Archion Technologies is using NAB to launch EditStor Omni and Collaborate
Archion Technologies is using NAB to launch EditStor Omni and Collaborate, two products to address the growing requirements simple, secure and affordable collaboration.
Archion’s EditStor Ethernet-based storage systems is professionals that work with Adobe Anywhere and Adobe Creative Cloud, Avid Media Composer and Pro Tools, Apple Final Cut Pro X, Black Magic Resolve and Autodesk Smoke and Flame.
The latest addition to the range is EditStor Omni. Designed to handle bandwidth-intensive workflows and to handle multiple 4K, 6K and soon-to-come 8K workflows, Omni's throughput engine ensures constant data flow. It features 40gigE connections and has the power to extend to future protocols, workflows and cloud-based systems.
Collaborate, connected to the EditStor shared storage system, is designed to work as a localized version of Adobe Creative Cloud while also serving as a platform for media asset management and archive.
Archion's Collaborate is for all Adobe CC users and provides a single local sync point that allows Adobe CC content creators to share, collaborate and create.
Collaborate fits into an EditStor EO and Omni network to provide 24/7 Adobe CC cloud connectivity between local client workstations and all remote applications and systems. Easy to install and set up, it comes completely configured with two 10gigE ports.
"By listening closely to our customers and partners over the last 16 years, Archion has forged a history of offering innovative, cost-effective products that improve creative workflows and clearly differentiate us from all other shared storage systems," said James Tucci, CTO, Archion. "We are very excited to be showcasing two new products that are the direct result of the wealth of knowledge we have gained throughout the years serving creative professionals."
Archion is at NAB Booth SL16011
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