Relatively new memory technology could sidestep all current RAM technologies. The low-power, nonvolatile micromemory-cell technology is called magnetoresistive random access memory or MRAM.
When building any form of network, elements for consideration include manageability, versatility, compatibility and cost effectiveness.
Video server users have long sought a means to exchange files between differing video and media server platforms.
Just how long will it be before the methods for moving media storage become synonymous with those of computer data storage in today’s global enterprises?
This year SCSI, the industry-recognized naming acronym for "Small Computer Systems Interface" is 20 years young.
In the information age of the 21st century, one of the fastest-changing elements seems to focus on the means and methods of how information is stored and distributed.
Users of video server products are continuing their dependence upon them beyond just spot or interstitial playback of media.
The digital age is bringing to light a great deal more types of information and an equal number of variations in how to deliver it.
The business of managing information technology continues to spawn a number of tactical debates on all fronts.
Broadcast group owners continue to explore alternatives to operational practices in order to offset the costs required to make the transition to digital.
The broadcast video server is not quite 10 years old and already a number of ancillary capabilities and components have become commonplace in their implementation.
Last month we introduced you to the archive, one of the less understood components of the enterprise video server solution.
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