Ingo Fuchs, NetApp
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8:00 AM Introduction– Tom Coughlin, Coughlin Associates
8:15 AM Session A: The joy of content capture and creation: Digital Storage Provides a Home for Rich Content
Ther appears to be no limit to the storage requirements needed for rich content creation and production. While we may see petabytes of content captured today in a single video production project we will likely see exabytes in the not distant future. What are the storage and bandwidth requirements for stereoscopic and high definition content capture? What storage devices work best in which video production environments? What are the requirements for animation and special effects? What will the future hold for content capture and creation. This session will give you information that you will need to create tomorrow’s blockbusters and award winning content.
Moderator: Tets Maniwa, Media and Entertainment
9:45 AM Morning Break
10:00 AM Keynote Speaker: Larry Jordan, Producer and Host, Digital Production Buzz
10:30 AM Session B: Much ado about something:
The Storage Challenges of Video Editing
(Sponsored by Harmonic)
A vast pool of captured and created content requires sophisticated and high quality storage to support video editing and other post-production tasks. Video production and post-production don't just use storage, they inhale it. However video editing requires streaming video quality and latencies that are very different from requirements for traditional enterprise storage. Storage is a four-way balancing act between capacity, transfer rates, cost, and a relatively inexperienced user with no IT background. This session displays the challenges this presents the storage industry, with reports from end-users, and storage developers. Find out what is required now and what is projected for the future.
Moderator: Larry Jordan, Digital Production Buzz
• Aaron Cardenas, P1 Technologies
12:00 PM Lunch (exhibits open)
1:30 PM Keynote Speaker: Saker Klippsten, Head of Engineering and IT, Zoic Studios
2:00 PM Session C: They want it and you got it: Storage
for Content Delivery (Sponsored by Aspera)
More formats, more channels and bigger pipes are changing the storage hierarchy in content delivery. Flash memory is showing up in edge delivery systems and larger higher performing storage libraries are needed for video on demand, cable and satellite distribution and various methods of internet and mobile phone distribution. What will be the role of cloud storage and local storage and hybrids of these two technologies in a complex content delivery environment?. What is the future of physical content delivery? Determine the storage tools for content monetization from the information you will learn in this session.
Moderator: Prof. Paul Rosenthal, CA State Univ. LA
• Allan Ignatin, BitSpeed
• Michelle Munson, Aspera
• David Sallak, EMC Isilon
• David Trumbo, Media Technology Market Partners
• Vivian Sultan, CA State Univ. LA
• Jay Elliot, Nuvel, Inc.
3:30 PM Afternoon Break
Session D: Lest we forget what is important: Content Archiving and Asset
(Sponsored by Atempo)
Will our valuable content libraries survive with the every changing formats and storage devices? Will we be able to find our content when and where we need it? How do content owners decide what will live and what will die? How will this change in the future? Find out about valuable developments in content archiving and automated metadata generation and asset management that will make sure that our content libraries are resilient, strong and useful. This session will help you to map out a strategy for long term retention of precious professional content.
Moderator: Mary Yurkovic, Createasphere
5:15 PM Session E: Professional Entertainment
and Media Users Talk About their Needs and Desires for Digital Storage
Listen to notable end users of digital storage from the entertainment and media industry discussing their uses and issues with digital storage devices, systems and applications. Find out what they would like to see available in the future to make their lives easier and more productive.
Moderator: Jeff Stansfield, Advantage Video Systems
6:15 PM Conference Ends
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