Recent Posts tagged with object-based storage

NAB 2019 Reflections: Object Matrix’s Jonathan Morgan on the Power of Object-Based Storage for M&E

One of the big buzz items at NAB 2019 was the increasing use of object-based storage by M&E organizations. Although the migration from file-based to object-based storage has been a major trend in other industries for years, broadcasters have yet to jump on the bandwagon in a big way. However, that appears to be gradually […]  More

SVG On Demand: Riot Games Boosts League of Legends Production With Object-Based Storage

As a truly global brand, Riot Games was looking to build a content-management system that would allow its esports production and distribution teams to seamlessly share content with partners across the globe. The Riot Games technical team selected an object-based storage and orchestration solution because it provided the capability to serve its on-premises workflows and […]  More

Western Digital Provides New Data Management Solutions With Multiple Storage Systems

Western Digital Corporation announced new additions to its data center solutions portfolio, giving customers the flexibility to design modern infrastructures and extract greater value from data. The new solutions include the ActiveScale 5.3 object storage system, extensions to the IntelliFlash N Series family of all-flash arrays, and the new Ultrastar Serv60+8 hybrid storage server platform. […]  More

Cloudian Looks To Deliver Performance of NAS at Cost of Tape With HyperFile NAS Controller

With an eye toward filling the gap between enterprise-class network-attached storage (NAS) and tape for the media and entertainment (M&E) industry, Cloudian is launching Cloudian HyperFile, an integrated NAS controller that delivers SMB/NFS file services from on-premises Cloudian HyperStore object-based storage systems. Cloudian HyperFile provides all the features essential to enterprise NAS customers, making it […]  More

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