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  • Tue, Oct 15 2013 4:58 PM

    Continuing the Transition to ISIS 5500 & Final Sale Date for ISIS 5000

    Now that ISIS 5500 released earlier this year is the leading choice for streamlining and accelerating media production in small- to mid-sized facilities, Avid is issuing the official Final Sale Date (FSD) notification for the ISIS 5000 series of products.  The ISIS 5500 is the latest addition to the award winning, most dependable, collaborative storage for media and entertainment workflows.

    The ISIS 5500 has three (3) engine sizes:

    1. ISIS 5500-16TB is a great entry point for customers requiring predictable performance, ideal for customer previously using local storage and maybe editing applications from other vendors
    2. ISIS 5500-32TB is an ideal choice for Unity MediaNetwork customers looking to upgrade to ISIS
    3. ISIS 5500-64TB provides the greatest storage capacity to meet ever growing demands

    All three engine sizes can be scaled-out to create a single stack of 6 engines, using ISIS File System, delivering bandwidth, capacity, flexibility and security of ISIS Workspaces to organize and segregate multiple simultaneous projects.

    The ISIS 5500 16/32/64 is replacing the existing ISIS 5000 16/32. These two generations of ISIS arefully compatible -- any existing ISIS 5000 stacks can be extended and enhanced by adding an ISIS 5500 Expansion Engine. This scale-out feature of ISIS allows a production workgroup to expand from 16TB to 384TB on a pay as you grow basis.

    For detailed information on the FSD, check the following Knowledge Base article "Final Sale/End of Support/End of Service End of Life". 

    For information on ISIS 5500, please check the ISIS 5500 page or contact a broadcast solutions specialist

    Symphony 8.8.x w/Avid Nitris DX, HP z420, Windows 10, QT v7.7.x, Hexa Core 3.2GHz, 16GB RAM, nVidia Quadro Series 2000 w/353.82. 2TB Boot, 2 x 3TB internal... [view my complete system specs]

    "There are few technological barriers.  You can fix almost anything if you throw enough money at it."
    Randall L. Rike, ACI, ACSR Mac*Win*Unity*ISIS*DS
    Systems Engineer @ BET Networks [a Viacom company]

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