—Registration is now open—
San Jose, CA, June 3, 2015—The 2015 Creative Storage Conference (SM) (CS 2015) welcomes David Fellinger from DDN as a keynote speaker. The conference agenda is now online and conference registration is open. CS 2015 is Tuesday June 30, 2015 at the DoubleTree Hotel West Los Angeles in Culver City, CA (www.creativestorage.org).
David Fellinger, Chief Scientist of DataDirect Networks (DDN) will give a keynote talk on "Selecting and Deploying an Efficient Media Management Hardware and Software Architecture."
Following is David's talk abstract: In high performance media workflows, the biggest challenges today are data-growth related; massive growth created by higher resolutions (such as 4K and 8K), rising camera counts, higher frame rates and format proliferation, continues to pose significant challenges. The growth of high definition and large-scale multi-dimensional media sets has created the need for innovation in the area of high-speed ingestion, processing, storage, and distribution. Traditional storage solutions, file systems and software tools no longer are efficient to manage or scale to the needs of large scale, media centric environments. Modern media solutions are rapidly evolving to deliver dedicated control devices, which can accommodate scaling to the levels required to enable an uninterrupted workflow, even in distributed environments. Learn how users are gaining better control, and more benefits from their data from ingest, to edit, to active archive without having to manage several isolated storage silos or content repositories.
David Dave Fellinger brings over thirty years of experience in engineering including film systems, ASIC design and development, GaAs semiconductor manufacture, RAID and storage systems, and video processing devices. He has architected high performance storage systems for the world's fastest supercomputers. Mr. Fellinger attended Carnegie-Mellon University and holds patents in optics, motion control, video processing, and pattern recognition.
The full agenda is available at: http://www.creativestorage.org/2015Agenda.htm
Quantum is the Diamond Sponsor while DDN and Qumulo are Platinum sponsors for the 2015 Creative Storage Conference. Aspera is a Gold Sponsor. Fujifilm is a Silver Sponsor. Other corporate Sponsors and Exhibitors include Blackmagic, Dot Hill, Enmotus, KenCast, LumaForge, Promise Technology, QNAP, SGL, Spectra Logic and XenData.,
Organization sponsors include: The Association of Moving Image Archivists, Createasphere, Digital Cinema Society, Colonial Purchasing Co-Op, Coughlin Associates, Digital Production Buzz, DCIA, the Entertainment Storage Alliance, The Entertainment Technology Center at the University of Southern California, the Flash Memory Summit, Hollywood Professional Alliance, Parks Associates, ProductionHUB, SATA-IO, SMPTE and SNIA.
Media sponsors include: Advantage Video Systems, AVSystemsMag, Broadcast Beat, Broadcast Bridge, Markee 2.0, Media and Entertainment Technology, Popnetmedia, Post, Postperspective, Postproduction.com and SearchStorage
Registration for this one-day action packed event is available at: http://www.creativestorage.org/2015Register.htm,
A limited number of sponsorships and exhibits are available for the 2015 Creative Storage Conference (SM). Several levels of conference, web site and event sponsorship are available as well as a table-top exhibits. Information on the sponsorship and exhibit opportunities are available at http://www.creativestorage.org/2015SponsorExhibitorInfo.htm.
This one-day conference brings together influential digital storage providers, equipment and software manufacturers and professional media and entertainment end users in one place to explore the conference theme of "Exabytes for Video". At CS 2015 you can find out the latest developments in digital storage for media and entertainment and network with industry professionals.
For additional information on the conference call 408-978-8184 or email email@example.com. The Creative Storage Conference (SM) is put on by the Entertainment Storage Alliance (www.entertainmentstorage.org) and Coughlin Associates (www.tomcoughlin.com).