Caringo Announces Swarm Integration With Reach Engine

Caringo has integrated its Swarm Hybrid Cloud Object Storage with Reach Engine by Levels Beyond. This is designed to ensures digital assets are instantly available on-demand while securely tracking, preserving, and scaling the asset library.

“Reach Engine’s ability to enable smart, secure, elastic cloud services in sync with media workflow and supply chain automation fits seamlessly with Caringo Swarm’s ability to intelligently manage the cloud storage pool for content delivery and post-production workflows,” said VP of Product Tony Barbagallo. “This workflow integration allows our mutual customers to spend more time focused on providing quality content to their viewers instead of managing processes and infrastructure.”

He said mobile access and VOD are rapidly changing the speed with which content producers create and deliver digital assets to an ever-growing variety of consumption points, where convenience is key. The storage system must respond to preserve these digital assets by rapidly expanding to keep pace with content creation while delivering each asset with the speed and variety required by on-demand consumption.

Art Raymond, CEO of Levels Beyond added, “The power of Reach Engine lies in how it scales and maps to each business. Caringo Swarm’s ability to provide infinite expansion across multi-vendor, local, and cloud-based storage addresses the specific challenge of connecting on prem and cloud storage for our customers.”




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