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STORAGE 34 POST JULY/AUG 2019 Next Generation Storage Network with Managed, Integrated Cloud & LTO Archive. Introducing Facilis HUB Shared Storage Visit for more information ATLANTA, GA — DigitalGlue ( announces that //DEUS EX — the hybrid NVMe SSD and HDD media storage solution in its creative. space ( platform — is now available with NF1 (New Form Factor 1) for customers that require SSD architecture. The integration of NF1 provides substantial benefits including faster speed and increased capacity in a compact footprint offered at a competitive price point. The company's platform offers On-Premise Managed Storage (OPMS), a new concept in storage solutions. Designed by DigitalGlue for creatives, OPMS includes 24/7 monitoring, technical support and next-day repairs for an affordable, all-inclusive monthly rate. The addition of NF1 allows up to 64 TB of SSD to be integrated into //Deus Ex, an enormous jump from the previous 8 TB capacity. The unit can deliver a total of 8000 MB/s aggregate to five workstations. "If a customer requires SSD, we'll use the NF1 first before adding U.2," ex- plains Anderson. "They can, however, still get an all HDD //DEUS EX, which is perfect for any workflow that doesn't use image sequences." Designed for end-to-end post workflows, the //DEUS EX hybrid system balances solid state and spinning disk technology with a fully optimized in- ternal architecture to provide seamless playback in demanding environments. Built for uncompromised high-resolution workflows, it is capable of tackling demanding real-world formats like 4K DCI OpenEXR. It eliminates the need for separate online and nearline systems, allowing the entire team to work on the same system simultaneously. //DEUS EX is available for a starting monthly rate of $1,995 for 200 TB + 4.8 TB SSD. CREATIVE.SPACE'S //DEUS EX GETS PERFORMANCE BOOST WITH INTEGRATION OF NF1 CARDS

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