Promise Technology showcases latest storage solutions at IBC2019

Attendees will be able to experience demos of end-to-end storage solutions designed to support the needs of the rich media segment
Promise technology will be available at the show in Hall 5 at the RAI Amsterdam.
Promise technology will be available at the show in Hall 5 at the RAI Amsterdam.

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Promise Technology will be showcasing its storage solutions tailored for rich media segment at IBC2019. IBC2019 attendees can visit Promise on the show floor to learn more about those solutions, including the Pegasus32, the first self-powered storage solutions on the market to offer connectivity for both Thunderbolt 3 and USB 3.2 Gen 2, as well its newest unified storage solution, Vess R3000, designed with the content community in mind.

“It’s proven that Promise Technology is always the first to market with state-of-the-art storage solutions to assist our customers to solve the challenges of content management in the rich media industry. We’re excited to showcase our latest portfolio of solutions at IBC2019 to better serve creative professionals and organisations,” said Alice Chang, chief sales officer, Promise Technology. “We have worked in this segment for over a decade and have a deep understanding of user scenarios from ingesting, editing, and archiving, and recognise media content management is equally as important as production and distribution and it is imperative that the content is reliably backed up and archived with multi-tier access.”

New this year at IBC2019, attendees and exhibitors will explore a different focus each day on each stage of rich media workflow, including content management. With more than a decade of experience in the rich segment and a proven record of cooperating with tier-one partners including Intel, Adobe and Apple, Promise Technology has a deep understanding of the industry’s needs and has a full line of well-rounded solutions to handle everything from ingest to archiving.

“As consumer and industry demand for content continues to grow, the need for effective, reliable storage solutions for content creators in the media and entertainment industry is felt industry-wide,” said Sue Skidmore, Head of Partner Relations for Adobe video. “Adobe and its video partners are innovating like never before and rely on companies like Promise for key post-production tools like storage.”

Promise technology will be available at the show in Hall 5 at the RAI Amsterdam.

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