Archion Announces Enhancements for EditStor Storage

Archion Technology has announced that its EditStor media storage product line, comprised of the EditStor EO, EditStor Velo, EditStor Omni and Omni Hybrid, now feature additional performance, capacity and functionality enhancements.

Archion has added Intel based 40 GB cards to enhance compatibility for Blackmagic Davinci Resolve and Centos 6.8. Adding to this, Archion has also successfully completed DPX and EXR testing of its EditStor Omni storage solution with Digital Visions’ Nucoda. As a result of continuous testing and fine tuning, speeds have significantly increased by as much as 30% to improve these DPX workflows.

Archion has also announced their EditStor product line is now compatible with 25GigE, 50GigE and 100GigE fiber optic connectivity, and doubled the RAM across the product line for faster GUI and system performance. The system now supports advanced protocols, such as "SMB3" and “NFS4".

EditStor can now expand to 2.4 Petabytes with the addition of up to 10TB drives, certified in both 8TB and 10TB Helium drives. These high capacity Helium hard drives support the same high speed and throughput - the Helium platform delivers the very best capacity hard drive in the industry, the Ultrastar He10. The He10 uses PMR technology and is the industry’s first 10TB drive that is drop-in ready for any enterprise-capacity application or environment.

Archion’s APS ShareConnector has just been updated to support Apple’s Sierra Operating System. APS ShareConnector, a mounting tool, has also been improved to enable a single click to mount all shares creating more efficiency with Avid project sharing.

EditStor line, Archion now offers the latest high performance SSD for its redundant Operating System. The advanced SDD technology provides greater write protection and advanced error checking, ultimately providing enhanced performance and protection.

Archion’s ingest methods, the company now supports media transfer directly to a share over a USB drive. As an optional way of quickly ingesting media into EditStor, one can copy the media from local NTFS USB drives on the back of any EditStor model.

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