Autodesk Chooses ATTO for Media, Entertainment

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<p><strong>Amherst, N.Y. &mdash; July 11&nbsp;</strong><br />ATTO Technology Inc., a global provider of storage connectivity and infrastructure solutions for data-intensive computing environments, has announced that Autodesk Inc., a provider of 2-D and 3-D design software, has entered into an agreement to integrate ATTO Celerity 4-Gigabit Fibre Channel Host Adapters as part of the Autodesk visual effects and editing/finishing solutions.&nbsp; </p><p>ATTO&#39;s Celerity FC-44ES host adapter will be used to achieve high-performance data transfers between workstations and storage systems accessed by Autodesk Inferno, Autodesk Flame and Autodesk Flint visual effects systems, as well as the Autodesk Fire and Autodesk Smoke editing/finishing systems.<br /><br />&quot;Autodesk&#39;s selection of the ATTO Celerity FC-44ES demonstrates its commitment to providing high-performance work flow environments for its industry-leading systems and services,&quot; said Timothy Klein, ATTO Technology president and CEO. &quot;ATTO has been providing technology-leading connectivity solutions for the media and entertainment solutions markets for almost two decades.&nbsp; </p><p>&quot;As a leader and innovative provider of solutions that help customers create, manage and share their data and digital assets more effectively, Autodesk&#39;s selection of our Celerity Fibre Channel host adapters reinforces ATTO&#39;s role in delivering leading storage infrastructure solutions.&quot;</p>

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