Virtual reality (VR) is the hot tech topic these days, so Primestream, a provider of dynamic media management software, has introduced the ability to manage Virtual Reality/360 assets ingested into the Primestream Xchange Suite. The new features enable storytellers and content creators to produce and store VR/360 content while leveraging collaborative workflows in a metadata rich environment.
MAM systems provider TMD has announced full integration of its Mediaflex-UMS media service applications with Quantum’s Xcellis workflow storage. The company has also joined the Quantum Advantage Programme, a platform for partners to test and qualify their technology with Quantum offerings.
Swedish indie producer Zodiak Media has added 300 terabytes of MatrixStore object storage to provide consolidated nearline storage for multiple workflows at its Stockholm offices.
XenData has announced the release of its SXL-8500 Series, a range of LTO archive systems that offer 462 TB of near-line capacity.
Content is being created faster than ever before, in response to the huge and growing demand for high-quality, engaging programming. This demand is coming from both traditional players (broadcast networks) and new market entrants (web broadcasters and brands looking for new ways to engage with their audiences). As a result, keeping control of media has become more important than ever for many types of organisations. Dave Clack, CEO provides Square Box Systems solution to the problem.
Langley Productions has been producing the reality TV series “Cops,” as well as other shows, with a high-performance, shared storage solution from CA-based Archion Technologies.