Atempo Digital Archive has been named a winner of the 2011 “Best Product” Award in the Post Production category, at the recent 2011 SATIS Conference in Paris, France.
The SATIS Conference, held by Reed Expositions France, is a multi-sector business event for the French entertainment industry with a focus on best practices in broadcast and audiovisual/sound technology.
Officials said that a panel of industry experts chose the Atemo Digital Archive as the winner of this award from a pool of 12 nominees.
The comprehensive digital archiving platform provides an open, centrally managed and secure archive. It addresses long-term data retention requirements and optimizes capacity for broadcast and post production markets, to ensure that specific content is readily available and accessible from the archive at any point in the digital workflow.
"The vendors nominated at the SATIS Conference are incredibly distinguished, and Atempo is honored to be named a winner of the 2011 Best Product Award for Atempo Digital Archive," said Christophe Darras, director Broadcast & Media Market EMEA at Atempo, in a release.
"Today's media and entertainment businesses worldwide are faced with challenging and increasing storage demands. The Atempo Digital Archive solution keeps expanding quantities of digital data available over the long-term, while keeping storage costs down across unique and quickly changing digital workflows, providing continued value for businesses."
Atempo continues to expand its application integrations and supports of Apple (News - Alert) Final Cut Pro and Final Cut Server, Avid Interplay and Avid Media Composer, Building4Media FORK, SquareBox CatDV, ProConsultant Informatique LOUISE, MediaBeacon R3volution DAM, Vidispine.
In related news, Atempo, a premier provider of cross-platform data protection and archiving solutions, announced that Michael V. Wall, current board member of Atempo since 2008, has been named president and CEO.Deepika Mala is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Carrie Schmelkin