Exabyte is attempting to inject glamour into the world of tape drive storage by associating itself with top monster flick Godzilla. The company has revealed that many of "Hollywood's top post production facilitates have used Exabyte tape drives to store and transport pieces of digital animation" for the movie, to be released in the UK this summer. Use of Exabyte storage "speeds up the production cycle and ensures data integrity, which is imperative to the success of the production," explained Kristen Branan, digital effects producer for VisionArt Design and Animation.
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