Small Post-Production Facilities Now Able to Build Powerful, Low-Cost Shared Media Workflows
Bright Technologies, Inc., developer of advanced technology for shared media, is using IBC 2011 [booth #7.A10] to announce the availability of its new BrightDrive Astella media file server for post-production workflows using FalconStor’s HyperFS file system. The development widens Bright’s market and enables more post facilities to benefit from cost-effective shared storage.
BrightDrive Astella is an all-in-one-box media file server that enables small facilities or dedicated departments from larger companies to embrace the full functionality of Bright’s field proven file server technology at an affordable price point. By making it available for HyperFS, Bright is enabling customers to share content through Fibre Channel or Ethernet. In addition, because HyperFS has a single licensing scheme for Windows, Linux and Macintosh, BrightDrive Astella customers can benefit from increased cost efficiencies.
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