GB Labs will attend CABSAT with its new partner PROLANE, to provide an additional layer of support to its customers in the region.
GB Labs will debut Unify Hub, its new storage management platform at CABSAT 2021 and will also showcase its SPACE, FastNAS and Cloak DR solutions. GB Labs is attending this year’s show with its new partner PROLANE, who specialises in offering technology services, AV, and broadcast systems, alongside comprehensive technical support, to customers in the MENA market.
GB Labs Unify Hub is a storage management platform designed for today’s dynamically shifting media market. It manages storage – on site or in the cloud from GB Labs or from other vendors. Providing a flexible and simple way to implement remote and cloud-based workspaces, Unify Hub eliminates the need to provide direct access to cloud resources. Instead, it connects to the cloud, making the data visible to staff on-premise who need access on the local network, like a traditional network share. Unify Hub presents users with an easy-to-use way to access data without dealing with the complication of data retrieval – the system takes care of the complicated processes behind-the-scenes.
Unify Hub applies intelligence to combine on-premise and cloud storage, empowering remote production while maintaining data integrity and security to manage storage effectively and efficiently – on site or in the cloud. The system integrates seamlessly with GB Labs’s own storage solutions as well as those from third-party vendors, providing the tools for maximum productivity from production and post-production artists and creating an environment for high-efficiency collaborative and remote working.
GB Labs also has a comprehensive range of storage and archiving products for ingest, archive and everything in between. The range is designed to be easily scalable in both capacity and performance, with minimal downtime.
“CABSAT is arguably the best way to meet up in person with contacts in the MENA region. We’re looking forward to meeting up with prospective and existing customers in the region, along with our channel partners – educating them about what we’ve been doing and discovering what they’ve been up to since we last saw them. We’re keen to show people the new innovations we have been working on to help overcome the challenges inherent to the current trend of mixed home, office and remote working,” commented Harland.