PMZ is EVS’ innovative virtualization platform designed specifically for OB trucks and temporary events. Unlike common IT virtualization hardware, PMZ is optimized for these high-demanding environments as its HCI architecture with software-defined storage allows you to easily scale out for more processing power whenever needed.
By virtualizing EVS backend tools, you can benefit from flexible resources for each of your live productions, and easily change your workflows from one day to the next.
The PMZ’s HCI architecture with software-defined storage allows you to build a scalable infrastructure that lets you operate whatever EVS virtual machine application you need, when you need it.
By virtualizing multiple aspects of your production infrastructure, you no longer need to invest in dedicated hardware that gets low utilization throughout the year. The PMZ offers a better way to manage resources while optimizing rack space and cost and saving on energy.
In combination with EVS virtual machine templates, the PMZ provides you with a ready-to-use platform that considerably lowers the configuration steps, for a quick and hassle-free deployment of new workflows between productions.
Liège, Belgium, August 1, 2018 - At IBC2018, EVS – the leading producer of live production technology – will be showcasing new tools and solutions that sit at the heart of live production.Read more
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