Advanced data storage solution boosts the Laser Graphics Film Scanners with ultra-fast, high-resolution scanning abilities.
FREMONT, CA: Galileo Digital's 1PB (one petabyte) storage turnkey solution and software from axle ai, Inc. offers a system to tackle the cost of the petabyte-scale solution, which is many hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars. 1PB is equal to 1,000 terabytes of storage space demanded by the increasing video production and resolutions to move ever higher. xStor systems offer excellent performance and reliability at a higher price point. Only the hard disk-based storage system takes painstakingly test and optimize the videos to use with Laser graphics film scanners.
The advanced configuration comprises 1U application server to run the 5-user version of axle ai 2019. The 5-user version is the axle ai's 'radically simple' video search software. The software offers a browser front end, which can handle multiple users to catalogue, tag, and search their media files with a range of AI-driven alternatives to record automatically and discover specific visual-audio attributes. Multiple terabytes that are stored in a day of scanning or by a video professionsl can save the data in enormous time and put the lesser effort in the system, which allows rapid search and management of the saved files.
Galileo Digital, the California-based company, exclusively distributes xStor storage solutions and Laser graphics motion picture film scanners globally. The company carries its expertise in seamless, end-to-end, film-to-digital workflow, archive, and media asset management solutions. The company engages a handful of the preeminent systems integrators that leverage the human and technological resources. The company offers affordable post-production, asset management systems planning, and data storage and integration services to the media and entertainment production companies across the globe.