Video servers are becoming commodity- like components for many applications, whether for a traditional television station play-to-air system or as an element in a content delivery platform.
Just when you thought you’d had your fill of three-letter- acronyms, on comes yet another TLA; this time it’s “SDS” or software-defined storage.
Users of computer and server systems may have self-encrypting and/or hybrid hard disk drives and not be aware of it.
Last month we began discussing typical file systems, starting first with local and shared file systems, then moving into the network file system.
File systems, at the broadest of perspectives, have continually evolved functionally and dimensionally over the past several years.
Entire industry sectors, not just broadcast, media and entertainment, encourage drive manufacturers to throw fuel on this uncontrollable fire.
If you’re looking to buy or upgrade a media storage system there are numerous choices with sometimes puzzling details to consider.
Many of the capabilities once dedicated to discrete boxes are now integral components of switchers, clip players and graphics generators.
Despite the lack of enormous technological changes in the storage and server technology space in 2012, big changes are still expected for the remainder of this decade.
International CES offered more than just the latest in ultra high-definition 4K TV, OLEDS and every form of tablet and smart phone accessory on the planet.
When looking at the accessibility side, one must consider both capacity and speed as well as which types of media and format fit which set of activities.
Of the many components found in a media-centric operating environment, storage might be categorized as one of the more evolving systems in the overall architecture.
Cloud technologies seem to have created a quantum shift in the future of storage and networked services.
Solid - state drives, known as SSDs, can be found in today’s ultra-thin computers and in other devices such as tablets where memory requirements above 64 GB or so are necessary.
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