ELEMENTS will demonstrate its Media Library MAM powered by Veritone®, Inc.’s cognitive AI engines
ELEMENTS will be showing the next generation of media storage appliances at the Media Production Show (MPS) to be held on 12 & 13 June at Olympia London, West Halls. ELEMENTS will be demonstrating its highly-efficient Media Library MAM powered by Veritone®, Inc.’s cognitive AI engines. The solution drives the Media Library’s capabilities beyond managing, sharing and annotating media assets to analyzing and indexing video and audio assets through automated monitoring.
In addition to the new AI functionality, that will improve MAM efficiency and productivity, all ELEMENTS’ media storage and server solutions will be shown with Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) integration. ELEMENTS’ support of up to 100Gbit Ethernet and RDMA delivers better performance with virtually zero latency, double the throughput, and up to 1.2 million Input/Output Operations per Second (IOPS).
“Implementing AI functionality and NVMe into our media storage appliances provide tremendous benefits to ELEMENTS users,” says André Kamps, CEO of ELEMENTS. “And while we still provide solutions utilizing Fibre Channel, we’re proud of our new Ethernet-based NAS design that delivers Fibre Channel-like performance, making the investment in expensive Fibre Channel infrastructure obsolete.”
ELEMENTS comprehensive set of workflow enhancement features, including the Media Library, will be presented and demonstrated on stand 302 at the MPS, together with ELEMENTS Click, the innovative cloud feature and recipient of the Studio Daily Prime Award at NAB 2018. MPS will be held at Olympia London, West Halls located on Hammersmith Rd, London W14 8UX).