As the IP revolution continues to gain momentum and more broadcast facilities take advantage of the fantastic and unprecedented opportunities IT delivers, administrators and system designers must master the complex aspects of data storage.
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Data is now arguably the most important aspect of our lives. Media facilities are exponentially generating data at unprecedented rates and we are becoming more reliable on storage than ever. Diverse, unstructured data sets continue to be distributed over cloud, on-prem, and edge-storage, and the interconnectivity of these devices is becoming more and more important to us.
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