OWC acquires LumaForge and Jellyfish Technologies

OWC, a Mac and PC technology company, has acquired LumaForge, creator of the family of shared storage Jellyfish solutions and its support of the ultra-reliable video workflow server that connects content creators, editors, colorists, graphic artists, and sound mixers.

The LumaForge Jellyfish product family consists of:

° Jellyfish Mobile, a plug-and-play video workflow server that comes with a handle;

° Jellyfish Tower, which matches the ease-of-use and plug-and-play magic powers of the Mobile and is as powerful enough to take on 6+ editors working with 4K media and beyond. 

° Jellyfish Rack, the most powerful in the lineup plug-and-play solution and designed for ultra-high-bandwidth connectivity (25GbE/50GbE).

All existing customers will be receiving direct communication regarding their support and upgrade paths within the coming weeks.

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