Welcome to another entry of ‘This Week at the Q’! The best part of my job is telling our customer stories, and learning about their projects, so this was a fun week with case studies and press releases.
- My son has never been so excited as to watch his Dodgers last night! He may be their biggest fan, he bleeds blue, but more I could see some small sense of ‘normalcy’ for him with the return of baseball this week. Which makes this SVG article, “Texas Rangers Open Doors to Globe Life Field with Full-IP Control Room”, well timed, as the new field hosts its first official MLB game today! Read about how our partner, Diversified, worked with the Texas Rangers to integrate the control room for in-venue operations, including Quantum storage. Enjoy watching some ball!
- This week, we announced the addition of new multi-factor authentication software to our Scalar® i3 and i6 tape libraries. Read this release for more about how this helps secure critical off-line data against ransomware and other cyber attacks.
3. TVB Europe ran an article, “Nemeton TV Speeds Up Its Sports Content”. Nemeton TV has produced captivating sports content for major broadcast for over 25 years – including the sport of shinty, which was fun to learn about! Read more to learn about Nemeton TV, some of their prior storage challenges, and how Quantum helped them address the rising demand for streaming services.
4. Quantum joined the Active Archive Alliance. Our recent acquisition of ActiveScaleTM object storage, combined with our leading tape platforms, strengthens our leadership in active archive infrastructure, and we look forward to adding our voice to this Alliance focused on addressing customer needs to retain and manage large unstructured data sets.
5. Storage Consortium featured Quantum customer, Studio Hamburg, in this article, “Digitization of Archived Media at Studio Hamburg – Postproduction with Quantum Storage” (if you don’t speak German, Google translate at the top right will give you the English version!). On top of a growing volume of high-resolution content, a turning point for Studio Hamburg was a large-scale digitization project. Read more about how they were commissioned to digitize an entire film archive, including about 11,000 hours of 16mm and 35mm film.
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