posted by Deborah D. McAdams /
07.21.2014 01:37 PM
ProMAX Systems Acquires Cache-A
Buyer offers support now
SANTA ANA, CALIF.— ProMAX Systems, manufacturer of video storage servers and editing workstations, has announced the acquisition of Cache-A, a supplier of network-attached video archive appliances.

ProMAX will continue to sell the Cache-A appliance product line including Prime-Cache, Pro-Cache, Power Cache as well as the associated libraries and expansion chassis. Hartmann added that ProMAX’s plans include integrating Cache-A’s archival technology into the multi-functional capabilities of Platform storage solutions. Cache-A archival systems have historically been a complementary tool set for ProMAX’s Platform shared storage solutions.

Cache-A, launched in 2008, provides media archive technology that supports TAR and LTFS formats. Effective immediately, ProMAX will provide ongoing support to existing Cache-A customers, honoring existing warranties, extended warranties and support contracts moving forward.
 


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