Happy to announce that we have signed up some new resellers in our quest for global domination. Some PR:
Caerphilly, UK 8th June 2011 – Object Matrix, provider of pre-production and nearline archive storage platforms for creative video workflows, has today appointed new reseller partners across Europe and Africa.
As a result of a highly successful debut at the NAB show in Las Vegas in April Object Matrix has since appointed:
- Spescom Media IT (South Africa)
- New Media Logic (Germany)
- Media Online (Germany) and;
- Grupo Vitelsa (Spain)
The appointment of these new and valued partners signals Object Matrixs’ intention to build on the successes experienced over the last 18 months in the UK and repeat them across new territories within the EMEA region.
“The calibre of the new partners who have chosen to represent Object Matrix and the MatrixStore product offering is outstanding. Much like our existing partner network they have recognised that MatrixStore is well positioned within Avid and Apple workflows to provide a stable and secure nearline storage platform.” stated Nick Pearce, Co-Founder, Object Matrix.
MatrixStore acts as a pre-production, nearline or local disk-based archive, allowing content to move smoothly through any digital workflow from ingest to delivery. Implementing a tapeless or file based workflow has been highlighted as one of the top challenges facing creative organizations. With no tape to put on the shelf broadcasters, post-production facilities and creative agencies are looking for a solution to keep their assets secure and more importantly available throughout the production process. A single MatrixStore cluster acts as rushes/dailies, nearline or local archive allowing content to move seamlessly through any digital workflow from ingest to delivery.
MatrixStore is also available through its’ extended list of resellers in the UK, Norway, France, Brazil and Australia.
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Very pleased to be pushing MatrixStore tech out to new regions and looking forward to working with our new partners. Thanks for the plug George.