Media & Entertainment (M&E) professionals from around the globe will descend on Las Vegas for the 96th annual National Association of Broadcasters Show (NAB Show) April 8–11. In addition to the M&E industry, the NAB Show is a magnet for IT professionals in diverse verticals such as government, education, and security surveillance who need scalable, S3-compatible storage that enables secure file distribution, access, tape replacement and OTT/VOD (Over The Top/Video on Demand) workflows.
From our field-hardened Object Storage platform to our innovative tools for tiering and moving data, Caringo has been at the forefront of helping organizations around the world effectively manage and monetize their data since 2005. Just as critical, Swarm provides built-in data protection and powerful metadata capabilities. Learn more about the ease of searching and accessing data in Swarm on our next Tech Tuesday webinar where Solution Architect Ryan Meek will take a deep dive into our world-class metadata features.
Swarm Single Server Storage Device
Over the years, Swarm object-based storage software has been used as a highly scalable platform that can be run on any x86 server hardware. While that is still a popular option, we’ve introduced a simple way for organizations to get started using Swarm by offering it on the Swarm Single Server Appliance.
Swarm Single Server was designed to meet the needs of small- to medium-sized content-driven organizations. This on-prem, S3-accessible, object-based storage device contains all the hardware and software organizations need to keep archived content online, searchable, web-accessible and secure. You can start with only one-quarter of the hardware that a typical object storage deployment requires and then add capacity by just plugging in another appliance.
How Storage Streamlines Workflows in the VOD/OTT Era
Want to learn how storage streamlines workflows in the Video On Demand/Over The Top (VOD/OTT) era? Join Adrian “AJ” Herrera, VP Marketing, and Jose Juan Gonzalez Marcos, Sales Engineer, at 9am PT March 19 for a live webinar.