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A Whole Lotta Data Going On

  15.04.27 10:14am

At the 2015 NAB show there were lots of drones, lots of cameras, lots of digital equipment in general. The media and entertainment (M&E) industry is an important driver of technology and this includes digital storage as well as computing and network gear. There were over 100 companies at the show that included digital storage as part of their product offering. Let’s look at a few digital storage trends revealed at the 2015 NAB show. Tom Coughlin is the author of the Digital Storage in Media and Entertainment Report.

Read more about it here: http://www.forbes.com/sites/tomcoughlin/2015/04/26/a-whole-lotta-data-going-on/