(Las Vegas, NV--April 13, 2015) Small Tree
, the shared storage and networking specialist, is introducing its new TitaniumZ NL solution for post-production professionals at NAB 2015 (Booth SL13116).
Created as an all-in-one, Ethernet-based, shared storage server for integrated backup storage for video and editing workflows, TitaniumZ NL is available in 16 to 72 drive configurations over 432 terabytes RAW. Offering performance, capacity and network connections that can scale dynamically, TitaniumZ NL is a simple, powerful and affordable backup storage solution.
TitaniumZ NL seamlessly integrates near line storage while maintaining and preserving previous backup or video editing data. Professionals engaged in the creation, management and delivery of electronic media and entertainment content will have peace of mind knowing that original files remain intact and untouched as new storage is added to the system. Utilizing ZFS technology, storage can be increased by simply adding an expansion chassis with same-size drives.
“With its Near Line data storage, TitaniumZ NL provides online and offline storage for video editing workflows,” said Corky Seeber
, president of Small Tree. “Small Tree’s latest product innovation capitalizes on our popular TitaniumZ product line, designed explicitly for accessible and secure backup shared storage. Its seamless integration saves our customers time, hassle and worry.”
Small Tree’s customized operating system, ZenOS, utilizes the same GUI that operates TitaniumZ storage to produce an effortlessly cohesive editing storage platform that is secure and does not require RAID rebuilds or data migration. TitaniumZ NL can be managed from anywhere with an Internet connection due to its browser-based GUI, available for users within minutes of initial startup.
“TitaniumZ NL delivers a cost effective solution with unparalleled technical support to meet the needs of production companies of any size,” Seeber concluded.
For more information on TitaniumZ NL, or any of Small Tree’s cost-effective shared storage and networking solutions, visit www.Small-Tree.com
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