BURLINGTON, MA — At the IBC show, Avid (www.avid.com) is touting the success of its storage and audio solutions. The company sold nearly 300 ISIS|1000 systems, even before it was available. The ISIS|1000 can support up to 24 users, providing realtime editorial collaboration capabilities. Editors can work with a host of tools from Adobe, Apple, and Grass Valley.
The ISIS|1000 was created after members of the Avid Customer Association voiced their need for a small, affordable shared storage system. The product was strategically designed to help Avid resellers grow sales revenues, targeting a variety of new creative applications with a powerful storage solution that is priced and configured to meet customer needs.
“With hundreds of systems already shipped worldwide, Avid ISIS|1000 continues the momentum Avid Everywhere is building throughout the video production industry,” says Kyle Kim-Hays, senior VP and chief marketing officer at Avid. “Thousands of customers need an affordable, reliable, and high-performance shared storage solution, and interest in Avid ISIS|1000 is growing rapidly. By embracing Avid ISIS|1000, creative teams and video professionals can get the powerful collaborative workflows and high-speed bandwidth they need to accelerate production and create the highest quality media.”
Avid also announced that it is seeing lots of momentum with its Pro Tools|S6 system. Over 800 system have been sold to studios, post houses, and sound companies worldwide. Additionally, the new S6 Master Post Module joins the recently announced Version 2.0 software and S6 Joystick Module to give audio pros more advanced capabilities.
In related news, Avid All Access is the company’s comprehensive new membership plan that gives Media Composer, Pro Tools, and Sibelius customers valuable benefits, including immediate access to all available software upgrades, premium customer support, professional training content, and a complete bundle of AAX effects and sound processing plug-ins.