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Company Overview of Cache-A Corporation
Cache-A Corporation develops, manufactures, and supplies network-attached archive appliances for the digital film, broadcast, and professional video industries. Its products include prime-cache archive appliances to provide networked storage solutions; pro-cache disk spaces to organize content and stage items for archiving; and pro-cache library24 and library48 automation appliances that provide dual drive system flexibility. The company sells its products through distributors and dealers worldwide. Cache-A Corporation was founded in 2008 and is based in Morgan Hill, California. As of July 21, 2014, Cache-A Corporation operates as a subsidiary of ProMAX Systems Inc.
3431 Blue Grass Court
Morgan Hill, CA 95037
Founded in 2008
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