The EVO shared media storage server combines a high-performance storage array with the most extensive connectivity options available in a single product – including 8 Gb/s Fibre Channel and 10 Gb/s Ethernet. EVO can be a SAN, a NAS, or both at the same time and is designed for online, real-time use with leading applications such as Final Cut Pro/FCP X, Avid, Smoke, Scratch, Adobe Premiere Pro, and Pro Tools.
NEW IN EVO v5
EVO v5 is a beautiful blend of shared storage simplicity and performance, with just the right options to make it perfect for all your projects. The system includes the latest advancements in both hardware and software, starting under $7k.
Hardware and Software features
- NOW in 8 Bay or 16 Bay configurations
- Dynamic volume/pool expansion
- NOW shipping with 1TB, 2TB, 3TB, and 4TB drives
- NOW shipping 6Gbps SATA and SSD disk options
- Up to 128TB per node
- Nearly 2.5GB/s throughput
- NOW supporting RAID 0, 1, 4, 5, 6, and 10
- NAS and network performance improvements
- Remote monitoring, and hundreds of UI improvements
EVO is the choice of industry experts and top professionals
Leftfield Pictures, a leading producer of reality TV shows including Pawn Stars and American Restoration uses SNS EVO as the foundation of their file-based workflow. With over 14 shows in production, their busy shooting schedule requires running multiple production shifts resulting in approximately 10-15 P2 and SxS cards coming into the studio at all hours to be ingested. The post facility houses 120 Mac Pro and iMAC workstations running Final Cut Pro. All of the media is ingested and edited on a 550TB EVO system — using any, and sometimes all of the MAC workstations.
“We have more than 14 reality shows in production or airing. We’ve created content for over 400 episodes of reality TV, and we’re handling this high output all with EVO. There’s no better solution to handle our needs.”
– Brent Montgomery, Owner and Executive Producer, Leftfield Pictures, NY
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Sarah Mason: April 15, 2013 at 4:52PM in Blog