New York’s Running Man invests in Facilis storage

Provides backbone to online and offline environments with project sharing across multiple edit rooms
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Facilis announced that Running Man, a boutique post-production company in New York City, has invested in a new shared storage system featuring the Facilis HUB One server.

Running Man offers everything from offline to finishing, mastering and delivery to networks at the highest standard.

The company is completely owner-operator owned and has attracted a wide range of top tier clientele including Netflix, HBO, TBS, Comedy Central, FX, Showtime, MTV, Facebook and many more.

“There’s quite a range of products on the market, from big companies doing very large installations to people trying to put things together with a simple NAS device,” says Troy Thompson, executive producer and supervising colorist at Running Man.

“We took our time and made sure our next investment was in the right direction for the company. Facilis offered a fairly large volume of storage at a price point we couldn't reach with competing systems, and with no compromise in performance. Plus, the flexibility of the system is second to none. So, we’re very happy with our choice.”


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