Join us for an informational webinar session with Q&A about ATTO Technology XstreamCORE I Intelligent bridges.
Matt Mercurio, Senior Customer Engineer at ATTO Technology, will be providing a technical overview of XstreamCORE and its key features. XstreamCORE allows users to connect SAS Storage to an existing Fibre Channel or Ethernet network. Attend this virtual event to understand XstreamCORE key features offered in this product line. Following the presentation, Matt will be hosting a live Q&A for all attendees.
Learn how ATTO Technology XstreamCORE intelligent bridges pave the way for new architecture and workflow possibilities with a low total cost of ownership. Design new storage architectures with DataCore SANsymphony, VMware vSAN, and other Software-defined Storage applications. Bring network connectivity to SAS tape libraries, including Dell, HPE, Quantum and Spectra Logic. Expand storage capabilities of your Blade Servers by connecting to external storage devices such as JBOD, JBOF, and RAID arrays.
Ryan O’Donnell, Product Marketing Manager at ATTO Technology, will provide an overview of XstreamCORE, it’s key features, and uses cases. Ryan will be taking questions from attendees.
For the first time, The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has honored Dell Technologies with a Technology & Engineering Emmy® Award for its Dell EMC Isilon data storage array, specifically recognizing the company for its early development of hierarchical storage management systems.
Since 2003, over 2000 global organizations, including broadcasters, post and VFX houses across 82 countries have invested in Dell EMC Isilon’s scale-out architecture to drive innovation in media workflows.
In the last three years, Dell EMC media and entertainment customers have used over 1.5 exabytes of Isilon storage in the past three years alone. Customers include Lightstorm Entertainment (the production house behind James Cameron’s Avatar), NBC Sports Group, and Important Looking Pirates.
Dell Technologies will be accepting this award at the 2020 NAB Show in Las Vegas in April. You can read more about the news in this blog by Tom Burns, Dell EMC’s CTO of Media & Entertainment.
Microservices Panel hosted by Stan Moote with Christopher Lennon (President & CEO, MediAnswers), Steve Reynolds (Division President, Imagine Communications) and Shak Malik (WW Industry Managing Director, VMWare)
The trend towards virtualization of server-based applications, so they can run on a converged compute stack anywhere – cloud or on-prem – is well established. Another is the migration from serial digital to IP networks. Whether in an on-prem data center, a colocation data center, or a private media cloud for high value content creation, the interesting new trend we are seeing is the adoption of enterprise IT workflows and infrastructure by media and entertainment facilities.