Make sure these 5 questions are on your list to ask when buying object storage; the uncommon questions can make a big difference longterm
My son left for college yesterday. To say it’s been a winding path to get here is an understatement. Our search took us all over the country as he tried to find the right fit for him. Adding in the impact of Covid-19, one can appreciate how difficult making a major life decision can be without all the information. Luckily, with the power of the internet, he was able to obtain information that he never got to ask in person. But as we packed up his belongings to move with him to his new dorm, a whole slew of questions that we didn’t think to ask while making his decision came up.
We feel good about the easy things to understand (what are the dorms like, where are the dining commons, is the department for his area of study reputable), but we wish we had known to ask for more information. For example, how much storage space is there in the dorm room, are there late-night food options on campus, and how can he engage the alumni network to help with internships/summer jobs? While these may not seem like big items, they will directly impact his life.
Virtual Week Cloud & VirtualizationVirtual Control Processing for Sustainable ProductionsMark Davies, Director of Products and TechnologySPEAKER BIOMark Davies is Director of Products and Technology at TSL Products. Davies has over 30 years of broadcast industry experience. With extensive knowledge of broadcast workflow, most critically in the areas of system control and Media transport, from analogue to IP. Starting his career in electronic engineering at Pro-Bel, he quickly rose through the engineering ranks and broadened into Product Management. He has held senior positions at organisations including Snell & Wilcox, OmniTek, Miranda & Grass Valley. Davies is a well-respected figure in the industry who speaks regularly on panels and has had papers published by the EBU, NAB, etc.A virtualised and distributed control system can unleash more power by integrating production equipment, workflows and the multitude of playout platforms using web-based configuration and a wide range of bridging surfaces. Virtualised and distributed control systems can replace impossible-to-support custom solutions. This approach enables users to extend the life of their equipment, or to integrate sophisticated control with multi-format delivery. In this presentation, TSL Products will discuss how the move to virtualised systems adds sustainable benefits, offering greater flexibility and increased rack density for more advanced...
At Dejero we know just how critical it is to stay connected when it comes to live video and real-time data. We've made it our mission to provide reliable connectivity in any scenario; from the top of a mountain, at a crowded festival, a fan-filled sports venue, in the eye of a storm, in a moving vehicle or even from home during a pandemic. Our solutions are designed to simplify the workflows of news, sports and live event broadcasts and to deliver fast, cost-effective deployment, not only for remote broadcasting but also for business continuity in disaster recovery situations. Our patented Smart Blending Technology aggregates diverse connectivity paths including cellular, satellite and broadband into a virtual ‘network of networks’ using cloud-based technology, to transfer high-quality live video and real-time data over IP from virtually anywhere. This technology delivers enhanced reliability, expanded coverage, and greater bandwidth.
IABM TV interview with Chris Smeeton (Director, Argosy) on the changes to Argosy and the future for the organization
Lewis Kirkaldie (Head of Product Management, Cinegy) discusses how the goal of dematerialisation is to reduce or eliminate specific hardware, using the JT-NM roadmap to enable facilities to ‘declutter’ and focus on satisfying demand either by sourcing the capabilities they need directly from the cloud or from a reduced amount of multi-purpose on premise hardware.
Strategies for elevating business: the media and broadcast industry is moving from the traditional one-to- many to one-to-one engagement
NAB NY 2017 State of the Industry: Drivers for Change NAB NY 2017 State of the Industry: Stan Moote (CTO, IABM) presents the ways in which broadcast and media industry is changing and the drivers for change such as digital diversity, media globalization, the transition from hardware to software, cyber security, cloud technology and more.