Quantum to address real-world broadcast content storage challenges at NAB 2015
San Jose, USA. — 10 March 2015 — Quantum Corp., a leading expert in workflow storage, archive and data protection will be bringing the latest in its flexible, forward-thinking solutions to stand SL8416 at NAB Show 2015 in Las Vegas between 11-16 April.
At the show, Quantum will demonstrate its StoreNext® integrated ecosystem benefitting from seamless connections with third-party solutions. This includes how StorNext® integrates with media asset management systems, non-linear editing systems and other critical tools to address new challenges facing today’s producers including higher resolutions and a greater volume of content. Quantum also will show how StorNext® users can more easily access and optimise multiple stages of workflow storage to meet increasing performance and efficiency requirements.
New Cloud storage integration
On the booth, Quantum will illustrate how its Q-Cloud™ Archive seamlessly extends StorNext®’s end-to-end workflow capabilities to the cloud. StorNext® environments can now use the latest cloud storage with no additional hardware or software while maintaining full compatibility with existing software applications.
[See more about Q-Cloud™ storage at http://www.quantum.com/solutions/cloud-services/]
Award-winning workflow storage platform
Quantum will showcase the high-performance shared storage architecture of StorNext®, the next-generation workflow storage platform. It supports content production, distribution and archive with high-performance and reliability. Online storage, extended online tape and cloud archives are all powered by StorNext® 5, the industry’s fastest collaborative streaming file system.
At the show, Quantum will be highlighting StorNext® Connect, the new management and monitoring console developed for the StorNext® platform. With its new, elegant user interface, it provides an at-a-glance dashboard of an entire StorNext® environment.
[See Quantum’s full line of StorNext® solutions at www.quantum.com/stornext]
Low-cost high-performance integrated shared storage
Specifically for new customers in the post and broadcast sectors, Quantum has extended its line of StorNext® Pro solutions with StorNext® Pro Foundation. This new solution gives small to mid-sized production workgroups a powerful and attractively priced solution for asset storage.
StorNext® Pro Foundation connects seamlessly with the company’s new Q-Cloud services to simplify extension into cloud-based storage as desired.
[See more about StorNext® Pro Foundation at http://www.stornext.com/solutions/stornextpro/foundation/]
Seamlessly extending storage and workflow operations
Quantum will demonstrate how Extended Online with Lattus™ object storage addresses issues of increased complexity from modern high resolution workflows. StorNext 5 with Lattus working with MAM and workflow production application can steer assets and contents to the correct storage stage to maximise workflow efficiency and prevent slowdowns and bottlenecks caused by complex workflows.
High-capacity, high-density storage
During the 2015 NAB Show, Quantum will feature the new StorNext® QXS-5600, a high-capacity, high-density disk array that provides extremely cost-effective storage for customers managing an increasing number of large files containing high-resolution video, images or other rich content.
[See more about StoreNext® QXS-5600 at www.quantum.com/products/scale-out-storage/stornext-primary-storage/]
Quantum will be holding a press conference on stand SL8416 on Monday 13 April at 2.00pm PST. To RSVP email Quantum@rlyl.com.
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Quantum is a leading expert in scale-out storage, archive and data protection. The company’s StorNext 5 platform powers modern high-performance workflows, enabling fluid, real-time collaboration and keeping content readily accessible for future use and re-monetisation. More than 100,000 customers have trusted Quantum to address their most demanding data workload challenges. With Quantum, customers can Be Certain™ they have the end-to-end storage foundation they need to manage their digital assets. See how at www.quantum.com/stornext.
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