JMR and Axle Video Demonstrate Ingest-to-Delivery

JMR, a manufacturer of scalable storage systems is demonstrating an end-to-end workflow solution highlighting JMR’s latest Lightning product offerings for the Mac Pro and SHARE file server integrated with axle Video’s media management software.

The joint ingest-to-post-to-delivery demonstration features axle 2017 media management software loaded onto a Mac Pro residing inside the JMR Lightning LTNG-XQ Tower; cataloging media files stored in a networked JMR SHARE unit. The software, which includes axle's media management browser interface and ingest clients, can quickly find, organize (comment, mark, approve, and annotate) and share media assets from any location. The browser interface will be running on Mac and PC laptops and workstations as well as an iPad via Wi Fi.

Using axle 2017 installed on the Mac clients and GbE or 10GbE network connections to the JMR SHARE file server (3U rackmount, up to 160TB native capacity per unit) allows an unlimited number of users to share files and work on them simultaneously or sequentially "with a host of features rivaling far more costly solutions," said Josef Rabinovitz, president / CEO of JMR.

“Providing axle 2017 in turnkey packages for video editing along with JMR’s successful line of Mac Pro/Thunderbolt certified products provides customers with award-winning media management at a very low user cost.

"Combined with JMR’s line of Thunderbolt-attached and Network-attached RAID storage systems offers users unparalleled performance-to-cost ratio with browser-based ease of use. axle 2017 also offers integration with Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Apple Final Cut Pro X, two of the leading NLE software packages on the market.”

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