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Software Generation Ltd (SGL) at NAB 2010Booth no: N1520 (February 09, 2010) SGL is a leading provider of content archive and storage management software solutions. At NAB SGL will demonstrate its open system architecture, highlighting the substantial cost and workflow benefits that SGLís fully accessible systems provide. SGL will show its seamless integration with Interplay 2.1, Avidís production asset management system. This will be demonstrated by first-class demo artists. The company will highlight its support for the latest version of Appleís Final Cut Server. It will also demonstrate its client-based web tool FlashBrowse II. As the leading archive provider, SGL is supporting LTO5, the latest data tape release capable of holding 70 hours of material at 50Mbs and will unveil further details at the show.
These demonstrations emphasise SGLís open system architecture, and its key philosophies of providing reliable, scalable solutions that represent high ROI and low cost of ownership.
- Support for Avid Interplay 2.1: Following comprehensive QA testing between SGL and Avid, SGL will demonstrate its support for Interplay 2.1 the latest release of Avidís production asset management system. SGL FlashNet is still the only 3rd party Archive Management software that has been through the full Avid development and QA cycle and is available directly from Avid worldwide.
∑ Final Cut Server integration: By adding SGLís flagship archive solution FlashNet to the Final Cut Server environment, SGL will demonstrate how post production facilities and broadcasters can significantly improve and speed up their workflows.
FlashBrowse II: SGL will show visitors to NAB the powerful attributes of its client-based web tool, which allows FlashNet users to capture simple metadata and archive and restore media from many different forms of archive. Web browser-based, FlashBrowse II can be used on any platform - Mac, PC or Linux.
Related Keywords:Storage, archive content management, open system, integration
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