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T2 Computing Announces Partnership with MPE

T2 Computing, Inc., an IT solutions provider of the latest computing, storage, networking and media hardware and software, today announced that it has partnered with Motion Picture Enterprises, Inc. (MPE), a leading New York-based supplier of post-production rental equipment and editing suites, to provide the best in rental equipment for the media, entertainment and content creation marketplace.

“Combining the expertise of both MPE and T2 Computing, the broadcast and post-production industry now has access to a single provider of one of the most extensive assortment of Apple® computers and tablets, as well as Avid® editing hardware and creative support technology,” says Jerry Gepner, CEO of T2 Computing. “In addition to the vast offerings we can provide, our customers can be confident that this collaboration will also help ensure further reliability, flexibility, outstanding service and a commitment to excellence.”

T2 Computing is a New York-based creative technology VAR that specializes in workflow, storage and infrastructure solutions for all aspects of the media and content creation industry. T2 Computing brings extensive product knowledge and world-class engineering to the media and entertainment industry, allowing it to be a comprehensive solution provider. T2 Computing’s experience allows it to offer excellent system design and product sales, coupled with factory authorized Apple repair and custom configured Apple products and post-production systems for rental and temporary peak demand needs.

MPE will be providing all fulfillment services, bringing its top of the line logistics and 24/7 support services to customers of both companies. “We are very excited to be partnering with T2,” says Neal Pilzer, President of MPE. “T2 brings a stellar reputation to the MPE family. Combining MPE’s expertise in providing post-production equipment and solutions for film and TV with T2’s depth in providing computing, storage and IT solutions strengthens both of our abilities to service the full gamut of our clients’ present and future needs.”

For more information about T2 Computing, visit www.t2computing.com/services. For more information about Motion Picture Enterprises, visit www.mpenyc.com.

About T2 Computing

T2 Computing is a unique IT solutions company that resolves a vast range of challenges leading companies face today. Through our highly experienced client team, the company provides the latest in computing, storage, networking and media hardware and software coupled with world-class professional services. We specify, design, deploy and support solutions for the most complex workflows. For more information, visit www.t2computing.com.

About MPE

MPE is New York's largest post-production rental house. MPE offers 4K and hi-def, offline and online Avid and Adobe rentals, shared storage solutions, and Media Center services. In addition to delivering, installing, and supporting film and video editing rental equipment nationwide, MPE has three buildings, multiple locations, and over 60,000 square feet of turnkey edit suites and production space in NYC. We can design your post workflow to meet your budget. We can produce your Onlines and Color Corrects, or just give you the keys to our suites for a day, month, or year.

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