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Data Centers to Make a Play for the Film and Broadcast Industry

  13.06.10 3:23pm

The exponential growth of digital media content in broadcast and film has turned archiving and storage into one of the largest issues facing the media industry. The sheer number of hours being filmed is vast, transforming the problem into more than a simple archiving and storage issue. According to CEO David Peto of Aframe, a cloud video specialist that works with the BBC, MTV, Panasonic, Press Association and Red Bull TV, “Storage, accessibility and making something findable will make digital content the focal point of any business in the media industry, with data centers playing a major role in the creation of a central media hub for broadcasters and film and program-makers.”

 

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