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Quantum at CABSAT 2017 Posted: 16/02/2017
Quantum will show how its StorNext platform "powers what's next" across the full media life cycle, including production, content management, and delivery and archive workflows. The company will feature StorNext 5.4, the newest release of this powerful platform, and how it brings greater efficiency and flexibility to media workflows. Quantum also will showcase the award-winning Xcellis workflow storage system, demonstrating its unique converged architecture and highlighting its ability to support embedded applications. Throughout CABSAT the company also will demonstrate the benefits of its massively scalable, low-latency Lattus object storage system.
Tags: CABSAT 2017 | Quantum | StorNext 5.4 | Amazon Web Services | Microsoft Azure | Google Cloud | NetApp StorageGRID | IBM Cleversafe | Scality RING | End-to-End | Workflow Support | Xcellis | StorNext FlexTier
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Quantum at BVE 2017 Posted: 14/02/2017
Quantum will showcase the power of its StorNext platform across the full media life cycle, including production, content management, and delivery and archive workflows. The company will highlight StorNext 5.4, released in December 2016, and how it brings greater efficiency and flexibility to media content management. Quantum also will feature the award-winning Xcellis workflow storage system, demonstrating unique capabilities including its ability to support embedded applications, and highlight the company's massively scalable, low-latency Lattus object storage system.
Tags: Quantum | BVE 2017 | showcase | content management | delivery | archive | workflow | Xcellis | StorNext 5.4 | Acclaimed Workflow Storage Platform | BVE 2017 | BVE 2017
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Quantums New StorNext 5.4 Release Provides Greater Efficiency and Flexibility in Media Content Management Posted: 13/12/2016
Quantum Corp. (NYSE: QTM) today announced StorNext 5.4, a new release of the company's acclaimed workflow storage platform that brings new levels of efficiency and flexibility to media content management. StorNext 5.4 enhancements include the ability to integrate existing public cloud storage accounts and third-party object storage (private cloud) -- starting with Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, NetApp StorageGRID, IBM Cleversafe and Scality RING -- as archive tiers in a StorNext(R)-managed media environment. Another new feature enables users to deploy applications embedded within StorNext-powered Xcellis(TM) workflow storage appliances.
Tags: Quantum | StorNext 5.4 | flexibility | media content management | Microsoft Azure | Google Cloud | Amazon Web Services | NetApp StorageGRID | IBM Cleversafe | Xcellis | Scality RING
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Quantum at Inter BEE 2016 Posted: 07/11/2016
Quantum will showcase the power of its StorNext platform across the full media life cycle, including production, delivery and archive workflows, and content management. The company's Inter BEE 2016 booth will feature uncompressed 8K editorial and compositing workflows along with demonstrations of content transcoding and delivery with object storage, the use of hybrid flash and disk storage in combination to enable frame-based animation creation and stream-based editing on a single storage system, and embedded applications running natively on high-performance workflow storage. Quantum will be joined in its booth by Autodesk, who will show the power of the StorNext platform with its M&E software collection.
Tags: Quantum | Inter BEE 2016 | Tokyo | End-to-End Workflow | Xcellis | Transcode | Deliver | Lattus
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Cineo Lighting Illuminates City That Never Sleeps at NAB Show New York 2016 Posted: 03/11/2016
Cineo Lighting, a leader in the production of lighting systems available for the motion picture, television and photography industries, will be displaying some of its most recent products to broadcasters attending NAB Show New York 2016 (Booth 861). These products include the HSX Color-Tunable Soft Source, the HS2 Wave Remote Phosphor and the Quantum120 Color-Tunable Fixture.
Tags: Cineo Lighting | NAB | HSX | HS2 | Quantum120
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New Quantum Tape Platform Delivers Best-in-Class Storage Efficiency and Density for Long-Term Content Protection and Preservation Posted: 14/10/2016
Quantum Corp. today announced a new Scalar(R) tape storage platform and three products based on that platform: Scalar i3, Scalar i6 and the StorNext AEL6 appliance. These new Scalar intelligent tape libraries enable users to manage massive and growing numbers of files by providing the most efficient and highest-density storage with the infinite scalability ideal for long-term content protection and preservation.
Tags: Quantum | Tape Platform | Scalar i3 | Scalar i6 | StorNext AEL6 | New product | HTTP interface | automated set up | long-term content preservation
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Quantum Names Molly Rector Vice President of Marketing Posted: 19/09/2016
Quantum Corp. (NYSE: QTM) today announced that Molly Rector has joined the company as vice president, marketing. Rector brings more than 15 years of enterprise storage experience to the role, including 12 years as a chief marketing officer -- most recently at DataDirect Networks (DDN), an HPC storage provider, and previously at archive storage vendor Spectra Logic. Her appointment comes as Quantum continues to expand its portfolio of scale-out storage, data protection and archive solutions, providing a unique combination of high performance, low-cost capacity and fast access to meet increasing business demands.
Tags: Quantum | Molly Rector | Vice President of Marketing | Storage | CMO | Growing Markets | customers | archive | data protection
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Quantum to Showcase Expanded Media Workflow Capabilities of StorNext-Powered Solutions at IBC2016 Posted: 01/09/2016
At the IBC2016 show (Sept. 8-13 in Amsterdam), Quantum Corp. (NYSE: QTM) will feature enhancements to its StorNext(R)-powered Xcellis(TM) and Lattus(R) storage solutions that bring greater efficiency and flexibility to diverse media workflows while reducing overall costs. Visitors to the Quantum stand 7.B27 will see how Xcellis workflow storage now supports animation/VFX and editorial within a single shared environment and also optimizes technology deployments by running media workflow applications within a converged architecture. In addition, the company will demonstrate content transcoding and delivery directly from Lattus object storage.
Tags: Quantum | Media Workflow | StorNext | Storage platform | efficient | resources | IBC2016 | IBC 2016 | IBC 2016
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TBWA Australia Increases Efficiency of Collaborative Workflow, Protects Media Content and Reduces Operational Costs With Quantum StorNext Storage Solution Posted: 23/08/2016
Quantum Corp. (NYSE: QTM) today announced that TBWA Australia, one of the country's top advertising and creative agencies, is using a Quantum storage solution powered by StorNext(R) to streamline content sharing, keep content protected and available and reduce administrative overhead by hundreds of hours a year.
Tags: TBWA Australia | Workflow | Creative Agency | Backup | Archiving | Local | Direct-Attached | RAID Storage | StorNext Storage Manager | Quantum
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QLS Archive Plug-In for Square Box Systems CatDV Now Integrated With Quantum Lattus Object Storage Posted: 28/07/2016
Square Box Systems, the company behind the industry-leading CatDV media asset management system, today announced that the QLS Archive plug-in for CatDV is now integrated with the Lattus object storage system from Quantum. CatDV users can now benefit from Lattus' object storage capabilities in a policy-driven, tiered environment powered by Quantum's StorNext workflow storage platform. The result is a robust disaster recovery solution that can support high-resolution media workflows and transcontinental collaboration during normal operation as well as production continuity during disaster situations. 
Tags: QLS Archive Plug-In | Square Box Systems | CatDV | StorNext | Quantum | Lattus | IBC 2016 | IBC 2016
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ASG Co-Sponsors Los Angeles Virtual Reality Seminar Posted: 20/07/2016

Advanced Systems Group (ASG), a leading data, video, audio and film integration firm, will cohost a free seminar on virtual reality technologies with AbelCine and Quantum on July 21 from 6-9 p.m. at AbelCines offices in Burbank. Produced exclusively for the Los Angeles market, Virtual Reality Hot Trends Now and Whats Coming in the Future will provide an overview of current VR equipment and established workflows, as well as a look ahead to VR technologies in development.

Tags: Advanced Systems Group | virtual reality | upcoming events | Los Angeles events | AbelCine | Quantum
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Metus Extends its Archive Support with Quantums StorNext 5 Platform Posted: 07/09/2015

Certifies Metus MAM-StorNext 5 Interoperability as New Member of Quantum Advantage Program

Metus today announced the integration of its Metus MAM media asset management software with Quantums StorNext 5 workflow storage and collaboration platform. As a result, Metus MAM users can now take advantage of StorNexts advanced capabilities, including seamless archive to Quantums Q-Cloud Archive public cloud services and local or offsite LTO-based tape libraries for longer-term content retention. In addition, Metus MAM working in conjunction with Quantums Lattus object storage-based extended online system can greatly improve high-resolution workflow efficiency while keeping valuable assets safe and secure. 

Tags: QUANTUM | MAM | IBC2015 | IBC 2015 | IBC 2015
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Quantum Session at SMPTE15 Will Highlight How to Drive Efficient 4K UHD Workflow Through Optimized Storage Strategy Posted: 15/07/2015
Quantum Corp. (NYSE: QTM) today announced that Alex Grossman, the company's vice president of media and entertainment, will lead a session titled "Workflow Optimised Storage Key Differentiator in High Resolution Workflows" at the SMPTE Australia Conference & Exhibition (SMPTE15). Grossman will explore the new challenges and opportunities that come with the migration to 4K/UHD and discuss practical steps that content creators and owners can take to optimize their storage infrastructure for these new demanding workflows.
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Fairlight Launches Affordable QUANTUM.Live Table-Top Console Posted: 10/09/2014
IBC 2014 will see the launch of QUANTUM.Live Table-Top (TT), the newest addition to Fairlight's live console family that includes the award winning EVO.Live digital audio mixing system.
 
Based on Fairlights leading edge audio processing and control surface hardware, their groundbreaking range of live consoles can switch between live and post production at the touch of a button, delivering an exceptional return on investment as customers are effectively getting two consoles in one.
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Quantum Simplifies Management of StorNext 5 Workflow Storage With New StorNext Connect Posted: 03/09/2014

Quantum Corp. (NYSE: QTM) today announced StorNext Connect, an easy-to-use tool set that simplifies the installation, discovery, management and monitoring of StorNext environments. Designed for Quantum StorNext 5 appliances and initially delivered as part of the company's StorNext Pro Solutions, StorNext Connect enables users to deploy or upgrade their StorNext systems and identify and resolve issues quickly to maximize performance and uptime.

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