10.06.2006 08:00 AM
Omneon MediaGrid storage system earns Broadcast Engineering Pick Hit Award

Omneon Video Networks’ MediaGrid active storage system recently earned a 2006 Broadcast Engineering Pick Hit Award.

Broadcast Engineering readers and industry professionals working in the field select the Broadcast Engineering Pick Hit Award, the industry’s longest-running new product technology award. The awards acknowledge the IBC2006 Conference’s most innovative and exciting products.

In addition to providing high-performance shared storage for all users within a facility, MediaGrid adapts to the changing resiliency and bandwidth requirements of the broadcast workflow and actively performs media processing functions on stored content. MediaGrid also integrates with workflow and content management applications through open file protocols and APIs.

For more information, visit www.omneon.com/mediagrid/index.html.







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