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04.15.2003
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Pinnacle Systems

Pinnacle Systems showed complete networkability among all of its products, including the Vortex family of networked edit systems, to enable “collaborative workflows.”

The Paladium File System is a storage area network (SAN) file distribution system that provides bandwidth and storage for any broadcast requirement. The booth provides an entire closed network set up to show how the products all interoperate with one another. The system used AIT drives, which reduces cost while allowing users to create more content faster.

Pinnacle also touted interoperability with Sony’s new optical media format. For example, Pinnacle’s Vortex and Liquid NLE systems will be able to directly accept media recorded on Sony’s new optical disk format. Pinnacle is also demonstrating its Liquid Purple NLE with Sony’s DSR-DU1 hard disk recorder.

For more information visit www.pinnaclesys.com.

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