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NAB Show 2017: The Art & Science of Show Business

Walt Disney said, “I never called my work an ‘art’. It’s part of show business, the business of building entertainment.” And, that is what the NAB Show is all about. It is known as the world’s largest convention encompassing the convergence of media, entertainment and technology. In a recent whitepaper, IDC estimates that in 2025, […]

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2020: A Storage Odyssey

Science Fiction and technology seem to go hand in hand. While the genre of Science Fiction is speculative about the future, the scenarios often tend to gain relevance with age. According to science fiction writer Robert A. Heinlein, “a handy short definition of almost all science fiction might read: realistic speculation about possible future events, […]

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7 Reasons You Need Object Storage in 2017

The new year is upon us and data storage challenges loom large for many organizations. Caringo Swarm object storage has proven to be versatile for a number of use cases (including active archives, cloud storage, analytics, content distribution, and backups) in verticals such as M&E, HPC, Government, Healthcare and Education. Boiling it down, here are […]

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Count Down: 16 Object Storage Hits of 2016

Who didn’t grow up listening to Casey Kasem counting down the hits every Sunday morning? So, to wind down 2016, let’s count down the 16 greatest Caringo hits of 2016. Case Studies Why does everyone like case studies? Because case studies provide an unbiased narrative view of the challenge faced, the evaluation and selection process […]

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Texas Tech Migrates to Caringo Swarm Object Storage

As a Texas native with a college kid, I’ve spent a lot of time in Lubbock, TX over the past few years. Lubbock is nicknamed the hub city and it serves as the economic, education, and health care hub of the Texas Panhandle. When you think of Lubbock, oil wells, windmills, and cattle might come […]

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HPC, Beer, Object Storage and SC16

It’s my favorite time of year. Yes, I love the holidays and have a penchant for all things pumpkin spice. However, it is SC16 (the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis) that I am looking forward to the most. This year, it will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah, and […]

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History, Media and Object Storage

I’m fresh off a vacation attending a wedding and taking in the sights around Atlanta, Georgia. Steeped in the history of both the American Civil War and the American Civil Rights Movement, I took a few days to unplug from my day-to-day technology fixes. However, some of the most profound and memorable moments of my […]

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Metadata and Object Storage

We’ve all heard the term metadata thrown around lately, and it is commonly described as “data about the data.” As Caringo CEO and Co-Founder Jonathan Ring pointed out in his recent article The Power of Metadata, “Data can be a catalyst for change, and metadata is the key to sorting, analyzing, and locating data at […]

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NAS vs Object: Which is Better for Your Data Center?

Since I started working in the storage industry in 2011, there have been many changes and advancements. Sophocles said that “Quick decisions are unsafe decisions.” That wisdom still holds true, particularly when making decisions about your data center. Poor decisions could jeopardize the future of your business; interfere with your weekend plans or getting a […]

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Object Storage Meets Tech Field Day, part 3

Over the past two weeks, I’ve shared a number of our Tech Field Day (#TFD10) videos with you. Fueled by coffee and cookies, the TFD10 delegates were a lively crowd (as demonstrated by our ride up the elevator at Caringo Headquarters) and consistently asked our presenters great questions. So, as I wind down this blog […]

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