Since 2010, Rocket Science has been combining solutions and consulting within
media rich and specialised IT environments. They are often found behind racks of
high performance storage and media servers in an impressive list of customer
sites. The Rocket Scientists are in the business of selling IT intelligence, ideas and
experience, within the high performance storage and media server environments.
The current focus has been to develop new ways to handle media for a 4k world,
including new intelligent methods of working with data on storage area network
(SAN) as well as working with bleeding edge network attached storage (NAS)
technologies in high performance environments. Project based workflow
management is another topic that is currently occupying the scientists as they
believe this method of taking your project from conception to archive without the
use of a database activity monitor (DAM) in a collaboration tool is the one of the
better ways to manage media and they are looking forward to introducing this
method of asset management into the South African market in 2015.
“We work closely with our international partners on developing solutions for our
customers. We also like to introduce our customers to new ways of thinking to
accomplish a more optimised environment’, says Anthony Ransom, one of the
Rocket Science has recently welcomed back one of its co-founding members, Nuno
Martins, who has returned after working at ToolsOnAir for the last seven months,
developing their flow:rage storage platform, which was launched at IBC 2014.
Martins will be heading the technical team again and is looking forward to pushing
them to greater heights in 2015.