NAB SHOW: Trinity taps Spectra for video content archiving

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Trinity Broadcasting Network opts for Spectra T950 tape library for active archive of video content

By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus +++ /LAS VEGAS/ – Data storage veterans Spectra Logic has just won a major deal with Trinity Broadcasting Network for a new Spectra T950 tape library with LTO-5 drives and media to store over 27,000 television programming video clips – including content sent to television, the web and to mobile devices.

According to the company, Front Porch Digital DIVArchive and Software Generation Limited (SGL) software will share different library partitions within the Spectra T950 tape archive. The T950 library will be providing an active archive that enables TBN’s video assets to be retrieved automatically, including those assets which are not used very often.

“Spectra Logic has spent years in developing industry-leading digital asset management solutions with the best software partner relationships to ensure that we meet and exceed our media and entertainment customers’ asset management needs”

SGL software is being used to archive TBN’s master control operations. Front Porch Digital’s DIVArchive will also be deployed to digitise decades of Trinity’s video assets that can be delivery to the web and to other platforms.

Spectra’s digital content archive solutions include three-frame Spectra T-Finity, T950, T380, and T50e tape libraries, on show at booth #N6216 at NAB.

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