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Changing the Economics of High-performance Storage for Modern Content Creation
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If your team is shooting and editing 4K, HDR and even 8K content, you know your storage has to keep up. Flash-based storage will get the job done — but the capital investment can be enormous.
It is possible to use the fastest storage without breaking the bank, by deploying flash exactly where and how you need it most.
Join us for a free webinar where you’ll hear from John Lassiter, director of broadcast production at the University of Alabama, about smart new ways to leverage flash-based storage technology.
Director, Broadcast Production
The University of Alabama
Founder and President
| Jason Coari
Global Director, Product & Solution Marketing
As mainstream adoption of 4K and high dynamic range (HDR) video continues to increase, and new applications requiring 8K formats are constantly being introduced, it’s critical to have the appropriate high-performance storage infrastructure supporting staff working with this content.
Several organizations are solving the performance challenge with flash-based storage, and as such, flash is seeing the highest growth rate of any storage media type being used today. But it is far from being the perfect solution. When compared to spinning disk arrays, flash based resources can be upwards of 5x the cost for any given capacity.
• Which applications benefit most from flash-based storage
• When is flash not the most effective solution to a problem
• How to balance your use of flash-based resources and spinning disk arrays
• New ways to increase the cost-efficiency of your investment in flash-based storage
Understanding where and when to apply this technology is critical to ensuring such an expensive resource is used in the most practical way possible. This session aims to shed light on ideal use cases that are best suited for flash, and introduce a new technology advancement that will make leveraging the power of flash-based storage more practical and cost effective.