Quantum said it will showcase its new Artico intelligent NAS archive appliance on April 13-16 at the 2015 NAB show in Las Vegas.
Artico offers broadcast and postproduction facilities using scale out NAS systems a flexible, low cost entry point for establishing media archives outside of ShorNext environments.
In order to put the right content in the right place at the right time for maximizing storage efficiency and reducing total costs Artico incorporates StorNext Storage Manager.
StorNext qualified media asset management (MAM) system help Artico to move files seamlessly from online storage to longer-term archive with no user intervention and maintains full access to the files.
The appliance by Quantum provides transparent, scalable and efficient archiving of all media content and assets which helps the user to offload files from NAS systems and reduce overall costs.
Using Artico the cost related to space, power and cooling is also reduced.
Company said StorNext Storage Manager improve use of existing capacity and simplify expansion of media storage to accommodate changing business and operational demands.
Storage Manager also provides an optimal balance of media access and storage TCO through intelligent, policy-driven file movement across LTO tape, LTFS, object storage and cloud archive systems.
User can rely on the storage systems for long term protection of content.
Company officials said user can also store, share and preserve media files seamlessly with integration with StorNext qualified MAM systems.
“With Artico, scale-out NAS users can optimize their use of media storage while gaining the ability to access content from any archive platform,” said Alex Grossman, vice president, Media and Entertainment, Quantum.
Last year in November, Quantum extended its line of high performance StorNext Pro solutions with the introduction of StorNext Pro Foundation, a low cost, integrated shared storage system designed specifically for smaller workgroups.