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Streaming Media East 2016

Today, I’ll be presenting at Streaming Media East, the premier trade show for the business & technology of online video. My presentation will focus on the different content distribution approaches we have enabled over the years and how we radically simplify complexity while reducing latency by up to 40%. For sites that focus on content […]

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Object Storage & Law Enforcement: Storing Large Video Files

As video surveillance by law enforcement agencies continues to rise, there are undoubtedly a number of benefits to society recognized both by the agencies and civil rights activists, including more accurate evidence (leading to more successful criminal prosecutions and better officer training). While the actual cost of the video recording devices is affordable ($300 to […]

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The Big Deal with Big Data Analytics

Unstructured data is growing dramatically. According to IDC, the world’s data will grow by 50X in the next decade. Historically, all organizations needed to do with this data is store and access it every now and then, but that is no longer the case. In 2014, Forbes predicted that data-driven insight would be a part […]

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Object Storage: Keeping up with the Velocity of Change

Earlier this week, I spoke at Storage Visions, an event focusing on storage in the Media & Entertainment (M&E) space. The M&E sector drives home the realization that the expectations of storage have changed and the rate of change is increasing. Today, more than ever before, you have a mix of storage for pre/post production, […]

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Object Storage: Hot or Not?

Call it what you may…software-defined object storage, object-based storage software, or object storage software…it is a hot topic with lots of industry buzz. For the past 13 years, TechTarget SearchStorage has “honored the best and brightest technologies of the upcoming year”—presenting technologies they believe will make a big impact while leaning towards practicality and focusing […]

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Object Storage on Your Terms

Steve Duplesse, ESG Founder and Sr. Analyst, says, “The use of traditional RAID-based NAS filers is becoming unsustainable for many organizations.” We’ve talked a lot about the explosion of data in the cloud age and the silos that traditional file systems promote in our company blog over the past half year. For organizations to continue […]

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Changing Our Lives: Medical Use of Object Storage

The power to change our lives is within our grasp, and that power lies in data. We can now store, sort and view data in new ways, gaining unique insights and impacting medical record retention, patient care and disease research. The advances in medicine over the past hundred years are mind-boggling. If the year was 1900, […]

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BT Compute Storage is Powered by Caringo Swarm!

One of my most memorable professional experiences was participating in a BT hothouse in 2005. For those of you not familiar with a hothouse, it’s a 2–3 day process where you get domain experts from various organizations (or departments) to solve a set of problems or challenges. The participants are split into teams and go […]

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Similarities Between FileFly and the New Apple TV

Last Wednesday, September 9, we launched FileFly; on the same day, Apple announced the latest version of the Apple TV. The similarities in a consumer-connected device (Apple TV) and an enterprise-grade, intelligent data and storage tiering solution (Caringo FileFly) may not be apparent, but from a functional perspective—how they are used, and the value they […]

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Telefónica Calls on Caringo Swarm for Future-Proof Cloud Storage

You can talk all you want about how slick and brilliant your high-tech product is, but the value of a product is in how it helps your customers and contributes to their success. The telco service provider space is highly competitive, and service providers need to differentiate themselves through their service offerings while carrying the […]

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