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Ross Video partners with SNS

Ross Video partners with SNS

Ross Video partners with SNS

SNS creates software and shared media storage SAN/NAS solutions for TV, film and video editing

The EVO Signature Series of storage products is the result a partnership between Ross Video and Studio Network Solutions (SNS). SNS creates software and shared media storage SAN/NAS solutions for TV, film and video editing. The EVO Signature Series has been created to integrate with editing platforms that enable users to collaborate in producing and editing media, recording and the playout of live productions, in addition to managing archival workflows.

‘The EVO Signature Series integrates seamlessly with our XPression graphics, Abekas servers/replay and Streamline asset management product suites,’ explained Jeff Moore, EVP and CMO at Ross.

Described as ‘extremely flexible and scalable’, the EVO Signature Series is a storage solution that is available in several form factors, storage capacities and I/O options that can be scaled up depending on workload. Options are included for supporting large quantities of direct connect 1GbE ports to multiple 10Gb copper and fibre setups, as well as 25Gb and 50Gb solutions for more demanding playout requirements found in larger megachurches. The direct connect options allow for direct playout and the streaming of video from storage via the XPression graphics or Abekas server playout systems. The EVO Signature Series also includes an option for nearline storage, compatible with media asset management solutions such as Ross Streamline.

In other news, Ross has released Version 18 of its OverDrive Automated Production Control (APC) solution. The update delivers additional rundown information, further UI customisation, MOS support for Ross Virtual Solutions UX (for virtual studio and augmented reality applications) and several security updates.

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