TV Technology: “Storage Modernization With PCIe And NVMe”
Diversified CTO, Karl Paulsen, discusses storage solutions for UHD production
In this edition of TV Technology, Karl Paulsen, Chief Technology Officer at Diversified, discusses storage solutions for UHD production. The latest technology is Non-Volatile Memory express (NVMe)—a scalable host controller interface coupled to a storage protocol that accelerates data transfers between client and/or enterprise systems that utilize high-speed PCIe (Peripheral Component Interconnect Express) based solid state drives (SSDs).
Current storage solutions for UHD production are now based upon the latest NVMe protocol. Utilizing NVMe with multicore processors aids in removing bottlenecks that conventional interfaces alone experience. NVMe brings about highly scalable new capabilities for accessing storage media at high speeds, which in turn is enabling more growth for data-driven marketplaces including media, video production and post.
Whether you are in the refresh mode or considering upgrading to UHD production, read this article to learn more about incorporating NVMe, especially those who offer the re-purposing of existing SSD, which you may already own.
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