With the Tokyo Olympics finally a reality, though without spectators in the stands, more people than ever are viewing the games across a variety of platforms, both fixed (TVs) and mobile (smartphones, PCs).
Jellyfish Pictures is the largest VFX and animation studio in the world operating in a completely virtual environment. The studio’s commitment to push the boundaries of technology allows the studio to scale and access global talent in a way that is unrivalled in the industry. CTO Jeremy Smith and CEO Phil Dobree explain how working with the right partners has enabled them to evolve as a studio from being locally virtual, to fully global.
pixitmedia Streamlines Media Workflows for High-Performance Film Scanning and Data Management
Change can be disruptive and resource-limiting. That’s why we’ve created a space where our customers can experience the ultimate flexibility of our solutions at our dedicated facility, The Lab. The pixitmedia Lab at our UK headquarters – close to Heathrow airport and with easy access to central London – showcases the ins and outs of the complete pixstor ecosystem, and cutting-edge integration where you can test, collaborate and train with us first-hand in a real-world production environment.
Michael Illingworth from Vine FX explains the storage system they use for their creative studio, which combines Dell EMC solutions with pixstor, and how this system, along with their support from Escape Technology, allows them to efficiently and effectively complete projects.
Technical Solution Document from pixitmedia
This whitepaper will explore the ‘why’ behind this trust, and how the introduction of new technologies, such as NVMe over Fabrics or NVMe-oF, can help us understand how we can challenge this assumption in an informed and meaningful way.
This whitepaper will explore the current status-quo for production houses, the ‘why’ behind the industry trust in SANs, and how moving to technologies, such as NAS, can liberate data and media workflows.
This whitepaper explores the many moving parts within the modern production environment for creative agencies and how NAS technology, combined with DIT tools, will be the next step to scaling users and processes into operating on a facility-wide shared storage.
In this IABM TV interview, we caught up with Nick Kaimakami, EVP and Head – EMEA and USA East at Prime Focus Technologies to hear more about their new hybrid cloud media center in Leeds and why they chose to locate it in Leeds. Nick also outlines and elaborates their Content Supply Chain offerings.