New Masstech MAM for NAB

Masstech Innovations is to feature a new version of the MassStore platform with support for LTO-7 compliant storage devices, and augmented MassStore-powered solutions, at NAB.

The MassStore platform provides the unified software foundation behind all of Masstech’s solutions for applications including MAM, news and archiving. Enhancements in the newest version of MassStore include support for LTO-7 compliant storage devices, providing direct, native access to the much higher capacity and performance of the seventh-generation open tape format.

The company explains that MassStore for MAM lets users “easily and efficiently manage their valuable digital media content and all related information throughout its entire lifecycle.” Integrated storage management and native transcoding reduce system costs and streamline workflows, while third-party integrations are supported.

MassStore for News lets users archive, retrieve and exchange content directly from their familiar NRCS interface. Stories and media are moved between users, systems and sites with drag-and-drop. “Eliminating disruptive technical and workflow barriers, Masstech saves journalists time and effort while letting them focus on creating content-rich stories,” says the firm.

MassStore for Program & Spot Aggregation enables media organizations “to eliminate the manual processes associated with aggregating content from multiple sources. Reducing turnaround time, errors and operational costs, Masstech’s fully-integrated content aggregation solution automates and simplifies the detection, processing, movement and management of incoming file-based content and metadata from all of today’s media delivery platforms and portals.”

MassStore for Archive automates the archiving process to ensure that media and metadata are reliably stored and easily retrieved The firm’s scalable content storage management solution supports a broad range of online, nearline and deep storage options, from disk arrays to optical disc archives and LTO data tape libraries.

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