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EVO DPX Shared Storage

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Using DPX and OpenEXR with shared storage used to mean huge investments, workflow directors, and exotic file systems. Not anymore.

 

Qualified for 16-bit 4K DPX

  • EVO DPX supports 16-bit 4K (4096 x 2160) DPX at 30fps right out of the box.

  • A system with only 8 disks can handle real-world workloads of ~3,000 megabytes/s aggregate.


Powered by enterprise-class SSDs

  • EVO DPX includes ultra high performance, high write endurance SSDs that help to deliver incredible throughput to colorists, VFX artists, and editors.


Supports Windows, Linux, and Mac

  • EVO DPX enables your team to work and collaborate across multiple OSes. You can have a VFX artist on Linux, a DaVinci Resolve colorist on Windows, and Premiere Pro editors on Mac all working from the same storage system.

  • Built-in 25Gb Ethernet connectivity

  • Stream DPX/EXR and multiple streams of ProRes or other media over 25Gb Ethernet. In many cases you can even directly connect your workstations to EVO, no switch required.


Netflix deliverables? No problem.

  • EVO DPX is qualified for up to 16-bit 4K DCI DPX and EXR @ 30fps. Perfect for handling demanding workflows like the ones required by Netflix.

  • EVO DPX can be custom configured for even higher workloads, and options for 50Gb Ethernet connectivity are available.

  • Effortlessly handle high-resolution 10, 12, and 16-bit image sequences.


Workflow harmony.

It’s now easier than ever to incorporate your DPX and OpenEXR workflows into a shared environment, alongside motion graphics and edit suites running Premiere Pro, Avid, or FCP X.

Focus on productivity.

By enabling real-time editing directly over the storage network, EVO eliminates the need for standalone RAIDs or individual drives for multiple workstations. This, in turn, eliminates the need to endlessly shuffle huge files. Editors, colorists, and other artists spend less time waiting and more time getting things done.

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