IP & Networking

Trusting Data Integrity

By Karl Paulsen | January 17, 2018

How many times have you written a file to a directory only to find out, sometimes much later, it was corrupted, lost or improperly archived?

Understanding the Livewire+ AES67 Protocol

By John Schur | January 12, 2018

Over the last 15 to 20 years, broadcast audio systems have undergone revolutionary changes—from analog to digital technologies, from manual to computer-assisted workflows, integrating related systems such as telephones and intercom systems, and much more.

Practicalities of Object Storage

By Karl Paulsen | December 15, 2017

Object storage is used heavily in public cloud storage solutions and especially when the data is geographically disbursed for protection and accessibility purposes.

Reframing the Object Store

By Karl Paulsen | October 26, 2017

For some time we’ve thought mainly about how file-based storage is used to contain unstructured data; i.e., those files relative to moving (video) or static (photographic) images.

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LynTec Enhances its Power Control Lineup With New Single DMX Address Zone Control Feature

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