Burbank, CA — Archion Technologies, a world leader in high performance shared media storage, and one of the newest members of NewTek’s Developer Network, has embraced NewTek’s open Network Device Interface (NDI™) standard for IP-based production workflows. The announcement was made by Reuben Lima, CEO/Founder, Archion.
The company’s EditStor Velo (with NDI enabled) is the first network storage system recognizable as a source by NDI-enabled devices, as well as other systems connected to a standard Ethernet local area network. This exponentially increases the number of video sources available for live production.
Archion’s EditStor system with NDI combines the simplicity, interoperability and cost effectiveness of network attached storage (NAS) with the intelligence and efficiency of IP-based broadcasting. With this development, broadcasters can now easily connect up their TriCaster with industry leading storage, with the added benefit of easing share of video and audio on an IP based network. All NDI devices now are able to discover and mount EditStor volumes automatically, with unprecedented access to file based video and audio on an IP based switching system.
“Archion has always led the industry with intelligent shared media storage solutions, and we are proud to be the first storage manufacturer to adopt NDI in collaboration with the NewTek team,” said James Tucci, Archion’s CTO. “By becoming a member of the NewTek Developer Network and completing NDI integration, broadcast professionals using NewTek TriCaster can now seamlessly deploy EditStor Velo, and enjoy how quickly the storage will be discovered and ready for use.”
Adds Michael Kornet, Executive Vice President of Business Development for NewTek, “We are confident that IP workflows will revolutionize video production – and reliable shared storage is a critical component. Known for their high performance and simple to use storage, Archion’s18 years of experience are highly valued both at NewTek and within the industry. By Archion enthusiastically embracing NDI, best-of-breed products like EditStor Velo will help make NDI the most widely adopted IP standard on the market, and one that’s available for a variety of customers today.”
NDI is now available as a royalty free software developer kit (SDK) for any company looking to establish IP workflows within their organization, or in production tools and systems they manufacture. For more information on NDI, visit http://newtek.com/ndi
About Archion’s EditStor Velo with NDI:
Archion’s EditStor Velo (with NDI) is a multi-protocol NAS for digital video that has been enhanced for NDI applications and connects to every system via standards-based Internet protocols. It is also optimized for the leading creative applications, Avid Media Composer and Pro Tools, Adobe Creative Cloud, Final Cut Pro X , Blackmagic Resolve, and more.
Velo is an affordable media storage server that delivers true multi-user 4K UHD performance in a single 16-bay chassis. With speeds up to 5,000 MB/sec, it also provides a broad set of media friendly features and is easy to install and operate. For more information about EditStor Velo with NDI, visit http://www.archion.com/solutions/applications/NewTek-workflows/
Based in Burbank, CA, Archion Technologies is a global leader in high performance and intelligent networked storage solutions, specifically designed for the editorial, graphics, and other media workflows commonly used by creative teams in the broadcast, production, corporate, education, government, house of worship, and sports industries.
Founded by a team of post production, technology, and entertainment industry professionals in 1998, Archion has defined a new standard of performance, protection and affordability for shared media storage solutions. Since its founding, the company’s storage technologies have been critical to the success of thousands of TV, film, commercial, documentary, and other content creation projects. Archion’s storage systems are most often used by professionals integrating Avid, Apple, Adobe, Autodesk, Blackmagic Resolve, and other creative tools.
For more information, please visit www.Archion.com