Case Studies

Case Study: RedLab

Scale Logic fully understood the intricacies of REDLAB’s facility and extent of their needs—specifically, to meet their customers’ quality standards, particularly when handling RAW 4K and 8K material.

Learn how Black Spot Media utilized ObviousFuture's CaraOne to eliminate the laborious process of manual tagging, maximizing time and eliminating inconsistencies due to varying interpretations by individuals.

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Case Study: Illuminarium

In this case study, learn how Illuminarium utilized Scale Logic's NX2 as the essential centerpiece to their content pipeline. This has also enabled significant business growth and expansion for Illuminarium.

Case Study: U.S. Figure Skating

In this case study, learn how U.S. Figure Skating organization reaped multiple rewards by investing in Scale Logic’s WorkflowConnect platform—doubling its storage capacity, providing additional flexibility for working remotely, while also enabling unprecedented workflow process efficiency.

Case Study: VETV

Scale Logic, a creative and customer-centric data asset management partner to hundreds of businesses worldwide, donated a NX2 NAS storage and file server to VETV to support the work of this growing multimedia production outlet.

With assets segregated, there was no efficient way to identify particular assets across the board in terms of various projects.

Case Study: Hill Holliday

Hill Holliday faced the ongoing challenge of dealing with three disparate, low-performing storage systems—one at each location—that hampered the work of its editors and producers.

The Publishing Services Department (PSD) within the church consists of multiple groups that deal with all sorts of media and is responsible for managing about 8PB of storage within the PSD.

Prior to March 2020, the company’s editing studio was the central work environment for six editors. When the pandemic hit and the team began working from their own homes, they struggled with the task of uploading and sharing files remotely.

With an aging LTO tape library and legacy system, the ministry faced a serious dilemma: they did not have the space or speed to securely continue producing mass amounts of content. This was of particular concern regarding their live events.

Case Study: LAI Video

As one of three divisions at Leading Authorities, Inc., LAI Video is a booming boutique video communications company with a team of creative storytellers. Based in Washington, DC, the Emmy-award-winning company specializes in full-service video production, from stylish motion graphics and comprehensive live-action shoots to web video production and commercial production.