The EditStor Omni Hybrid combines wide bandwidth with high IOPS.
Archion Technologies introduces Omni Hybrid, the newest product within its family of collaborative storage solutions for demanding media workflows. The storage workflow solution is suited to virtual reality, visual effects, animation and motion graphics applications.
Using the slogan “Creativity Rendered,” Archion Technologies is launching the Omni Hybrid within the entertainment, broadcasting and multi-media industries. The Omni Hybrid is said to be the ideal storage solution for Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Visual Effects, Animation and Motion Graphics, and other rendered content.
Omni Hybrid claims to outperform other shared storage solutions for demanding streaming applications and for animation and visual effects workflows. It offers the powerful combination of an high bandwidth through a single NAS media server to handle 4K DPX/UHD streaming video, and accelerated IOPS performance for rendering, CGI and trans-coding applications.
“Enabling accelerated graphics and editorial workflows on one system is a huge advantage, as the user does not have to wait to migrate media from one tier to the other.”— James Tucci, Chief Technology Officer, Archion
With 8,000 MB/second for 4K and other streaming demands, and over 600,000 IOPS for Rendering and CGI graphics the product has been certified with Adobe After Effects, Autodesk, Maya/Flame/Lustre, Foundry Nuke, Blackmagic Resolve, and more. The Omni Hybrid offers scalability, with simple and affordable expansion, and can grow to store 1.5 Petabytes of data.
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