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SC18 in Big D: HPC, Cowboys and Object Storage

If you grow up in Texas, you know that “Big D” means Dallas—the legendary city where the series of the same name and the movie Urban Cowboy were filmed. Famous for oil barons, cowboys and honky-tonk bars, Dallas is so much more. It is one of the fastest growing cities in the country and part […]

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How to Evaluate Object Storage in Your Workflows

I was on an analyst briefing call a few weeks ago and something the storage analyst said really stood out. I am paraphrasing a bit, but the comment was “…the conversation is always NAS OR Object Storage and it really should be NAS AND Object.” The analyst who said it has a solid handle on […]

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Data Storage: One Size Does Not Fit All

Returning from the NAB Show in New York City, I was thinking of how many times I’ve made the remark that “one size does not fit all.” While usually this is associated with fashion, it is also true of data storage. Massive scalability is one thing, but what if you need to start small? This is […]

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Swarm 10 Object Storage for the On-Demand, Distributed World

Today is a landmark day for Caringo, as we launch updates to our entire product suite. Our Swarm 10 Platform is the culmination of over a decade of market hardening and continuous innovation to satisfy customers who are driven by on-demand, distributed workflows. It leverages Swarm’s unique pure-object approach to deliver unrivaled performance at petabyte […]

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Object Storage and Unleashing the Power of 10

Since 2005, Caringo has been strategically looking to the future and altering the storage paradigm with groundbreaking technology. A few things at Caringo have remained the same: the spirit of entrepreneurship, our focus on technical innovations and meeting customer needs, as well as an inclusive corporate culture that thrives on coffee (available in mass quantities […]

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Film Clips, Collages & Award Shows

The yearly Emmy award show never fails to entertain—with narratives and fashion that range from fabulous to faux pas; clips from each nominated show, actor and actress; heartfelt In Memoriam segments; to film collages showcasing the career of Lifetime Achievement honorees such as the incomparable Betty White; and this year’s actual wedding proposal. It might […]

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Technology: Moving Forward While Preserving History

Technology is often thought of as futuristic—from how we advance society and improve the quality of life to benefiting businesses and meeting regulatory and industry requirements. However, while visiting Iceland and talking to the natives, I was fascinated by the dichotomy of how proficiently Icelanders use technology to maximize the use of their extensive geothermal […]

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Innovations and Object Storage at IBC2018

While gearing-up for the IBC show in Amsterdam this month, I took a moment to contemplate what an unprecedented period of change broadcast technology has gone through in recent times. I’ve been privileged to work in and around the broadcast space for a number of years, and IBC has always been a cornerstone event. It […]

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All Orgs are Media-Driven; IT Execs, Keep Up with M&E News

One of the things that surprised me most about the NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) Show when I first started attending is the number of organizations I wouldn’t classify as Media & Entertainment (M&E) stopping by our booth to learn about object storage (Federal, Medical, Defense, Manufacturers, etc.). After more reflection, it dawned on me—my […]

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Breaking with Tradition: Why Object Storage?

As organizations of every kind see their traditional storage solutions strain under the explosive growth of unstructured digital assets and rapidly changing access requirements, more and more are looking for alternatives. This has led many to object storage. There are various reasons organizations are making the shift; however, there are 3 concerns driving the need […]

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One Size Does Not Fit All: Evaluating Object Storage

The concept of “one size fits all” is rarely accurate, and it’s particularly not true when you’re looking for data storage. There are many factors that come into play in selecting the right solution for your use case. For those with small data storage needs, SAN and NAS may be adequate solutions. In just about […]

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