(Oakdale, Minnesota--April 14, 2016) With an increasing demand for mobile shared storage support, Small Tree
, the video editing shared storage expert, has developed the ideal mobile workflow solution for video editors to edit projects while on the road. The TitaniumZ5+
, to be unveiled at NAB 2016 (SL12117), is a full featured, high-performance video editing shared storage appliance with advanced file sharing capabilities that is available at an extremely affordable price point.
An all-in-one Ethernet-based shared storage solution for professional video editors who require shared access to media files – whether in the studio or on the go – TZ5+ provides optimal flexibility for post-production studios. The server, networking and storage are all accommodated within the TZ5+’s space-saving desktop design. So whether it’s at the studio or on the move with a mobile production crew, TZ5+ allows users immediate and simultaneous access to project files.
“On-site post-production at live events continues to grow as companies seek to meet the ongoing consumer demand for content,” said Corky Seeber, president of Small Tree. “As a result, video editors need a portable shared storage solution that is easy to ship and assemble, and, most importantly, can handle the workload. The TZ5+ not only ticks all of the boxes for mobile support, it’s an ideal solution for many post-production facilities.”
A five-drive system available with 2TB, 3TB, 4TB, 6TB or 8TB disk drives, TZ5+ offers 2 GbE ports and can support up to 2 ports of 10GbE for users requiring more performance. The unit, which comes with a built-in handle attached to a rugged case to withstand the rigors of mobile requirements, is simple to set up and manage, allowing the storage to be available within minutes of initial start-up. Platform agnostic, TZ5+ supports Adobe Creative Suite, Apple Final Cut 7 and Apple Final Cut Pro 10, in addition to other popular multimedia applications.
For more information on TitaniumZ5+, or any of Small Tree’s cost-effective shared storage and networking solutions, visit www.Small-Tree.com
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