ProMAX Adds Platform CORE Entry Level Series

ProMAX Systems is launching Platform CORE, a shared storage range of servers designed for collaborative direct editing by teams using Adobe Creative Cloud, Avid Media Composer, Apple Final Cut Pro in addition to other creative applications.

Scalable to Petabytes, the new product line is offered in 64TB, 96TB or 128TB and 192TB models and can be stand alone or used in conjunction with Platform Workflow Servers to create a multi-tier, multi-node workflow system.

“Our new server line, Platform CORE, offers the core foundation of our workflow servers to companies that need a sophisticated device but don’t yet have the budget for our all-in-one Platform Workflow Server.” said Jess Hartmann, CEO of ProMAX. "The beauty of the design is that companies that start with a Platform CORE, can later expand their environment to include a workflow server and get all the benefits without discarding any of their initial investment”.

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