Flash Memory is No Longer an Understudy in Media and Entertainment

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Wednesday, January 1, 2014
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Professional media and entertainment applications have a diverse set of digital storage requirements. Different professional media and entertainment applications, such as rendering and animation, resemble scientific and engineering modeling and high performance computing. Other aspects of media and entertainment have similarities to content delivery and general business archiving. However, for media and entertainment applications there is always a slight twist from traditional applications. Figure 1 illustrates the sort of workflows used in professional media and entertainment1 .