SGL Integrates Sony’s Optical Disc Archive Via Flashnet

Not just an ‘end of process’ drive
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FAREHAM, ENGLAND—Software Generation Ltd has integrated Sony’s Optical Disc Archive technology via its FlashNet archive manager.

The integration gives SGL users access to a greater choice of storage devices in DR, production, news and sports workflows. Sony’s Optical Disc Archive stores data in a compact cartridge with twelve optical discs for file-based archiving.

SGL FlashNet enables Sony’s scalable Optical Disc Archive users to store media safely and easily. This combination opens up a world of workflow possibilities from disaster recovery solutions to management of archive material over disparate geographic areas. Sony’s Optical Disc Archive can also sit anywhere within a workflow, not simply as an ‘end of process’ archive.


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