NAB New York October 2019

BVE 2018 Object Matrix

We wanted to let you know that soon we’ll be in the USA for NAB New York, a fantastic, 2 day, show to get demonstrations of our latest releases and talk about updates and offers.

 Demonstrating at booth N831 with partners, Cinesys-Oceana we would love to say hello if you are planning to attend. 

Our footprint in the USA grows weekly with a mix of post, news, sports and agency customers implementing our object storage platform to replace LTO, add a nearline tier or to implement a business continuity platform.

It is worth remembering that Object Matrix is dedicated to the media industry, and only the media industry, which means we really do understand your challenges and work our hardest to solve them with you. 

It is a little known fact that we implemented the first object storage platform in a creative workflow anywhere in the world back in 2006 so we have the credentials you need to ensure you benefit operationally and financially from working with us.

If this interests you, below are some articles that may be worth reading on your travels to the show:

Object Matrix will be demonstrating on stand N831 with partners CineSys-Oceana at NAB New York from 16th -17th October.

To book a slot please contact us at or phone +44 (0) 2920 382308.

About Object Matrix

Object Matrix is the award winning software company that pioneered object storage and the modernisation of media archives. Our on-prem and hybrid cloud storage solutions bring operational and financial benefits to our customers by securely managing content at every stage of its lifecycle; from ingest and nearline to archive and distribution. Deployed where you need it, our technology is non-proprietary, integrates into existing workflows, enabling you to work locally and share globally.

Our flexible approach, coupled with our focus on the media industry, means that our customers can trust us to deliver the solution they need. Our domain expertise, solutions and world class support are tailored to meet the growing demands faced when creating, archiving and sharing media content. Customers include: BBC, Orange, France Televisions, BT, HBO, TV Globo, MSG-N and NBC Universal.