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May 28, 2024
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GB Labs will release Unify Hub Generation 2 – a global unified file system – at NAB 2023.

The company is inviting attendees to reconnect and catch up on their latest product releases and advancements over the past year, as well as having demonstrations on its range of products.

With NAB 2023 comes the full in-person launch of Unify Hub Generation 2, designed to help on-premise, remote and cloud workflows to function together as one.

Those visiting the stand can be among some of the first to have an exclusive demonstration of how Unify Hub helps to fight the challenges of hybrid working, with insights into its key features.

These include OnePath, User Access Management and HyperAcceleration.

In recent years, GB Labs have continued to innovate with the releases of: FastNAS Generation 2, HyperSPACE Generation 3 and CORE.4.5.

Together, they have helped to enhance their shared storage solutions.

Whilst at the show, GB Labs will be promoting one of their latest solutions, Nebula, a cloud storage product in collaboration with their latest technology partner, Storj.

Nebula is fully integratable with Unify Hub and the two work together to provide fast and incredibly secure elastic storage.

“Today’s production and post-production workflows are continuing to become evermore complex with on-premise and remote working proving to still be a challenge.

“As a result, we are constantly innovating and improving our products and technologies to solve real world problems faced by our industry.

Dominic Harland, CEO and CTO at GB Labs. said: “This resonates with our latest innovations and collaborations including Unify Hub Generation 2 and our partnership with Storj.

“We are delighted to further promote and discuss this partnership and the benefits it brings to media-based workflows at NAB.”

GB Labs will be available to book meetings and demonstrations on its product range, including the new Unify Hub Generation 2.

GB Labs can be found at stand N2961 in the North Hall from 16th to 19th April.