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06.02.2018
In this whitepaper, we cover the use of the RAIDIX technology in media postproduction. One of the typical infrastructure models employed by M&E IT professionals is the architecture based on Apple workstations and the Apple Xsan file system. RAIDIX engineers offer a solution to ensure shared data access from multiple video editing workstations and maintain sustainable high speed of multi-thread data processing.
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02.02.2018
Storing and accessing large files in data-rich industries, such as medical diagnostics or resource-intensive research, may be a challenging task for any IT infrastructure. As for Media & Entertainment, this segment works with files that are truly gargantuan. In case the resolution of digital content is 2K or 4K — over four times the standard resolution – an average feature film can take up to 2TB size in Full HD and up to 15TB in 8K.
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16.01.2018
RAIDIX launches a new edition of the software-defined storage technology – RAIDIX 4.6. The RAIDIX volume management software powers commodity hardware to create fault-tolerant high-performance data storage systems for data-intensive applications. Adding to the previous major edition, RAIDIX 4.6 enables the use of NVDIMM-N, ensures support for new 100Gbit adapters and brings along more features […]
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20.01.2017
What is All-Flash Storage and Flash-Сentric Hybrid Storage? How exactly do data storage systems support Flash? Can a general-purpose data storage system be converted into All-Flash Storage?
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16.12.2016
Just a few days ago, I came across an article Storage Market: Out With The Old, In With The New. It’s about new business models and products that would oust the prominent industry players of today. I’d rather not give you any spoilers – the article is moderately sized and makes nice reading.
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05.12.2016
In 9 cases out of 10, the value of stored data exceeds the cost of a data storage system by a factor of several times. Development of such products implies high responsibility and commitment to reliable, stable and safe data processing.
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24.11.2016
This blog posting is about software-defined storage (SDS) and its development prospects. I don’t claim monopoly on the truth, however, I’d like to suggest a sneak peek into the future of data storage, short to mid-term prospective.
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11.11.2016
Looking to build a high performance NAS storage? The gateway to success would be using a high-speed network at the core of the system. Let’s round up the key elements we need to consider when designing the optimal network infrastructure.
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22.10.2016
In a recent article, Jim O'Reilly defined eight key milestones in the data storage industry. Jim’s list included SCSI-based Interfaces, Drive Capacity, RAID and SAN, NAS, SSD, NVMe, Software-defined Storage and the Cloud. While all these factors are, indeed, relevant as ever, they all belong in the present. In an attempt of technology fortune-telling, I’d be interested to muse on The Next Big Thing that the future of data storage holds for us.
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