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Archion EditStor Velo Storage Solution Integrates With NewTek NDI

June 14, 2016 by Chuck Baker

Archion Technologies, the leader in high performance shared media storage, and one of the newest members of NewTek’s Developer Network, announced that it has embraced NewTek’s open Network Device Interface (NDI®) standard for IP-based production workflows. Archion’s EditStor Velo (with NDI enabled) is one of the first network storage system recognizable as a source by NDI-enabled devices as well as other systems connected to a standard Ethernet local area network. This exponentially increases the number of video sources available for live production.

“Archion has always led with intelligent shared media storage solutions and we are proud to be the first storage manufacturer to adopt NDI in collaboration with the NewTek team,” said James Tucci, CTO of Archion. “By becoming a member of the NewTek Developer Network and completing NDI integration, broadcast professionals using NewTek TriCaster can now seamlessly deploy EditStor Velo and enjoy how quickly the storage will be discovered and ready for use.”

Read the press release: Archion Announces Significant Collaboration with NewTek establishing EditStor as First Network Storage to Adopt NDI® for IP Production Workflow

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