LOS ANGELES — Mediaworkstations.net (www.mediaworkstations.net) is a team of computer hardware experts, artists and media professionals that offer application-matched workstations, portables and servers. The company aims to help studios, designers and visual effects artists put together reliable, production-proven computer hardware that’s optimized for their specific workflow demands.
“At Mediaworkstations.net, we approach our customers’ creative requirements differently,” explains Christopher Johnson, president and founder of Mediaworkstations.net. “Each Mediaworkstation or server we build is custom-built, component by component, based on your needs, not on what we want to sell you. We understand the extraordinary challenge of creative excellence, and the dramatically-negative impact the wrong hardware can have. With our unique ability to deliver - not the latest, but what’s next in hardware componentry - we allow teams to defy creative obstacles, expand project scope and liberate their workflows at a fraction of the cost.”
Mediaworkstations.net’s workstations, servers and portables are rigorously sourced and optimized for popular content creation applications, including Avid, Adobe CC, DaVinci Resolve, Nuke, Cinema 4D, 3ds Max, Maya, Arnold, V-Ray, OctaneRender and Redshift. The company’s workstations are optimized for performance and reliability that exceeds the requirements for VFX, CGI, animation, VR and XR, and ultra high resolution editing. Their high-powered, rugged and reliable Portables are optimized for filmmakers, DITs, DPs and colorists, many of whom work in unforgiving on-set environments where speed, accuracy, mobility and final results are paramount.
The company also understands the challenges required of studios and content creation teams that work in larger, distributed environments, and whose server and storage needs are scalable, as much as they are performance and reliability driven.
“We realize that we’re offering a new approach to solving the workflow issues facing content creators today,” says Johnson. “This is why we encourage studio teams and artists to contact us, share with us the issues they’re facing, and experience what we describe as ‘What’s Next’ in content creation systems.”
Custom system and component options can be viewed on the company’s Website, and are available immediately, with pricing dependent on the final build.