Dell EMC is showing its first range of storage solutions for the M&E market including its Isilon All-Flash and Elastic Cloud Storage (ECS) platforms.
“For the people who are passionate about creating content Dell EMC will be showcasing something fast and something new with Dell EMC's Precision Workstations and the new All-Flash Isilon,” the firm states. “NAB attendees will see demonstrations of high speed uncompressed 4K editing with Dell EMC's partner Autodesk and compressed 4K multi-stream editing with Adobe Premiere Pro CC.”
With Brevity, Dell is showing workflow enhancements using cloud protocols such as S3, enhancing workflows such as high-speed transfers and transcoding to object-based storage. Both demonstrations are based on Dell EMC's Elastic Cloud Storage (ECS), which is the first step to on premise cloud storage.
Dell EMC is also discussing how to create scalable on premise or hybrid cloud IPTV/OTT platforms.
In related news, Dell unveiled the latest additions to its monitor portfolio, including the company's first UHD Alliance-certified for HDR10 display.
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