Avid Unity MediaNetwork

Posted on September 16th, 2009.

Avid Unity MediaNetwork – RAID Data Recovery Services

Avid Unity MediaNetwork is a storage solution designed for storing, accessing and sharing media in collaborative workgroup environments and mid- to large-sized post and broadcast facilities. With this functionality, MediaNetwork solutions offer a lot of advantages over traditional storage area network (SAN) solutions. These fifth-generation Avid Unity MediaNetwork systems are re-engineered to provide increased power in a compact and cost-effective storage solution.

Built on Avid’s highly optimized file system architecture, the MediaNetwork systems is capable of delivering a complete range of uncompressed and compressed media in real time, including high-efficiency Avid DNxHD encoded media and uncompressed high-definition (HD) media. The system can simultaneously handle editing, finishing, audio and graphics work, using the same media files and projects in a dynamic and shared workspace. The system has a storage capacity of up to 128 TB with MEDIArray XT storage.

Featuring the new Avid Unity Media Engine all-in-one server and storage chassis, installation of the MediaNetwork is quite simple. The system supports both high-bandwidth 4-Gigabit Fibre Channel and low-cost Gigabit Ethernet interfaces along with proven Avid Unity software and modular MEDIArray XT storage expansion hardware. MediaNetwork supports a mix of real-time clients including Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Macintosh OS X applications via Fibre Channel or via Gigabit Ethernet. The system also includes optional Avid Interplay workgroup services that can provide integrated asset, production, and system management, background media transfer, and archival storage.

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