NVMe: Driving Changes in Traditional Media & Entertainment Storage Hierarchy

By Tom Coughlin

Broadcasting in 8K, multi-camera streams for virtual reality and 360-degree video, and high-resolution graphics require post production workflows that have terabytes of digital content and increased processing power. Plus, game consoles and streaming services are accommodating high fidelity content, so the industry must keep up.

There's no argument that hard disk drives and the cloud are an integral part of media storage workflows, but when speed is backing your team against the wall, your interface may need to change. Transitioning to an NVMe interface results in lower latency, and now a lower total cost of ownership.

Read more of Tom Coughlin's report to:

  • Learn what makes NVMe ideal for use within Media & Entertainment

  • Learn the best way to implement NVMe storage arrays

  • View real test results and case studies that prove that NVMe speed can't be matched