April 03, 2013
CHATSWORTH, Calif., April 3 — The Cloud Computing Conference at the 2013 NAB Show is a two-day event that will demonstrate the new ways cloud-based solutions are providing increased reliability, security and collaboration for broadcasting, enterprise, military and government applications. Experts will provide a senior management review of case studies on cloud-based solutions and how they can positively impact each stage of the content distribution chain.
Dave Fellinger, Chief Scientist, DDN - Dave will present at the session titled Cloud-Based Multimedia Storage on infrastructure approaches and the benefits to the production workflow of media/entertainment companies. In his role as chief scientist of DDN, Dave guides the company's product and market strategy to resolve key customer challenges at acute levels of storage scalability.
Dave has more than three decades of engineering experience, including film systems, ASIC design and development, GaAs semiconductor manufacture, RAID and storage systems, and video processing devices, and has architected high-performance storage systems for the world's fastest supercomputers.
Randy Kreiser, Chief Storage Architect, DDN Federal - Randy will present a case study on the benefits of using cloud storage for federal intelligence data collection, analysis and dissemination. In his role as chief storage architect at DDN, Randy develops and promotes high-speed storage systems and file systems.
Randy has been in the computer storage industry for more than 25 years working with some of the leading Storage Array Vendors and High Performance Computer Server Companies. He creates systems used by some of the largest US government agencies, Hollywood movie makers, and oil and gas companies.
Mon., April 8
2:30 p.m. – Dave Fellinger (Cloud-Based Multimedia Storage)
Tue., April 9
3:15 p.m. – Randy Kreiser (Government Cloud Case Study)
N249 North Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center
3150 Paradise Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89109
At booth No. SL6610 on the NAB Show floor, DDN will showcase how its big data storage platforms accelerate digital media workflows for media and entertainment. Four demonstration pods will highlight how DDN supports and integrates all the steps of the digital media workflow, accelerating it from creation to collaboration, distribution and archiving.
DataDirect Networks (DDN) is the world leader in massively scalable storage. Our data storage and processing solutions and professional services enable content-rich and high growth IT environments to achieve the highest levels of systems scalability, efficiency and simplicity. DDN enables enterprises to extract value and deliver business results from their information. Our customers include the world's leading online content and social networking providers, high performance cloud and grid computing, life sciences, media production, and security and intelligence organizations. Deployed in thousands of mission critical environments worldwide, DDN's solutions have been designed, engineered and proven in the world's most scalable data centers to ensure competitive business advantage for today's information powered enterprise.
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