Jellyfish servers enable video production teams working on Macs to collaborate throughout the content creation process. LumaForge, designed by professional filmmakers, editors and colors, says the mane is compatible with major pro-video and audio applications like Final Cut Pro X, Premiere Pro and DaVinci Resolve.
There are three common storage solutions:
- Jellyfish Mobile ̵
- Jellyfish Tower – 120TB for $ 39,995.95: Designed for teams with greater capacity requirements. It is the size of a large PC tower. Eight 10 Gigabit Ethernet Ports. Eight 1 Gigabit Ethernet Ports. 4 400 MBps available bandwidth.
- Jellyfish Rack – 200TB for $ 49,995.95: Identified in functionality to the tower, but designed to fit into existing server racks.
Macs can be connected directly to a Jellyfish server using standard 1 or 10-Gigabit Ethernet cables. Once you're connected, the Mac OS Desktop Desktop completes the automatic installation process. All three have RAID protection.
LumaForge said that more than 200 companies, including Activision, Adobe, BBC, CBS Interactive, Disney, Google, NASA, Pandora, Reuters, Sony and WeWork, rely on video storage and collaboration cameras.
In related news, LumaForge announced that Steve Bayes has made a significant financial investment in LumaForge and wants to join his newly established adviser. Bayes was Senior Product Manager for Final Cut Pro on Apple for more than 12 years before leaving the company in July 2018.