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In the post production process, multiple terminals are needed to handle large amounts of image data

BANGALORE, INDIA: Hitachi Data Systems Corporation (HDS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hitachi Ltd., announced that Toronto-based visual effects post-production studio Soho VFX will leverage Hitachi NAS Platform (HNAS) to store and manage its data.

"Our relationship with Soho VFX demonstrates the importance of IT infrastructure to key brands that cannot afford to take risks with their mission-critical operations," said Ravi Chalaka, vice president, Solutions Marketing, Hitachi Data Systems. "Soho VFX has to manage challenges similar to those of many enterprise businesses - reliability, data protection, agility, and efficiency. Hitachi NAS Platform solves these challenges by enabling media and entertainment companies to accelerate business operations and drive success."

In the post production process, multiple terminals are needed to handle large amounts of image data.

"Hitachi NAS Platform continues to evolve with us, which is imperative due to increased work demands and diminished timelines," said Allan Magled, co-founder, Soho VFX. "Things are constantly changing and thanks to Hitachi Data Systems technology, we are able to handle it every time."

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