ATTO will Exhibit at IBC in Amsterdam Showing Why They're Leaders in Connectivity

One of the premier trade shows for ATTO every year is IBC in Amsterdam, and this year is no exception. ATTO will be exhibiting at IBC in booth 7.F41 September 14th through 18th.

Similar in size and scope to NAB, IBC is perhaps the most influential annual event for professionals worldwide who are engaged in the creation, management and delivery of electronic media. This year nearly 1600 exhibitors will showcase to over 55,000 attendees.

ATTO is the only company who can meet the demanding connectivity needs of 4K, 6K and 8K video content creation across all storage and network types. This includes direct-attached storage (DAS), network-attached storage (NAS), and storage area networks (SAN) for workstations, mobile workstations and servers.

The ATTO booth will feature the latest in connectivity technology along with live demos of the most compelling ATTO products. In addition, ATTO partners with over 60 of the industry's top manufacturers and many of them at IBC will include ATTO products as part of the demos in their booths.

ATTO's demos will include ATTO ThunderLink® and ATTO FastFrame™ 40GbE certified connectivity for Avid NEXIS®. ThunderLink is the only purpose built Thunderbolt™ connectivity product certified by Avid leading to seamless integration with Avid NEXIS shared storage systems. ATTO's FastFrame™ 40 and 10GbE NICs provide cost efficient flexibility, enabling connections to high-speed networks via copper or optical cabling.

ATTO will also have a Fibre Channel SAN using ATTO Gen 6 Celerity™ and Thunderbolt 32Gb Fibre Channel adapters demonstrating throughput rates that allow editing of 8K video in real time without dropped frames, glitches, or pauses.

The ATTO portfolio of connectivity solutions for the M&E industry is comprehensive, enabling media professionals to optimize their workflows and do what they do best – create! If you’re at IBC see how ATTO can optimize your workflow at booth 7.F41.

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