For Immediate Release
CONTACT: Tom Coughlin CONTACT Andy Marken
Coughlin Associates Marken Communications
(408) 978-8184 (408) 986-0100
San Jose, CA, May 18, 2017—There will be an insightful session on Archiving and Digital Preservation for Media and Entertainment at the 2017 Creative Storage Conference (SM) (CS 2017). The conference will be May 24, 2017 in Culver City, CA. Some sponsorship and exhibit opportunities are still available.
You can register for this premier event at http://www.creativestorage.org/2017Register.htm. The early registration deadline is May 22, 2017.
Here are the details on this Session at CS 2017:
Preserving Digital Content—the Challenges, Needs, and Options
Sponsored by: NetApp
There is constant pressure on everyone in the visual industry to create, produce and distribute 4K and increasingly VR entertainment to awaiting audiences. The most difficult part of these projects is making certain the video products (including all of the video assets) are still available 5, 10, 20 years from now. A creative project is never finished; it just runs out of time. What processes are needed to ensure content owners can maximize their return on every frame of the digital film? Find out about valuable developments in content archiving, automated metadata generation and asset management that will make sure that our content libraries are resilient, strong and useful. This session will help you to map out a strategy for long term retention of precious professional content.
Moderator: Melissa Perenson, Journalist
* Jason Danielson, NetApp
* Naveed Hussain, Red Hat
* Doug Hynes, StorageDNA
* Michael Johnson, Sony OAI
* Gene Nagle, SNIA
* Larry Connor, OWC
The Eleventh Annual Creative Storage Conference (SM) (CS 2017) will be held Wednesday May 24, 2017 at the DoubleTree Hotel West Los Angeles in Culver City, CA (www.creativestorage.org). This event brings together digital storage providers, equipment and software manufacturers and professional media and entertainment end users to explore the conference theme of “The Next Act of Storage: Digital Storage Makes Art Happen.” At CS 2017 you can find out the latest developments in digital storage for media and entertainment, find out how other media professionals meet their digital storage needs and network with industry professionals.
This one-day conference and exhibits brings together the vendors, end users, researchers and visionaries that will meet growing demand for digital storage for content capture, editing, archiving and content distribution.
In addition to the sessions there will also be four keynote talks during the conference and a sponsored reception in the evening. The preliminary agenda for the Creative Storage ConferenceSM is at: http://www.creativestorage.org/2017Agenda.htm.
Google is a Diamond Sponsor. Aspera and Quantum are Platinum Sponsors. Microsoft, NetApp and Scality are Bronze Sponsors. Exhibitors include Active Storage, Advantage Video, Backblaze, Caringo, CineSys Oceana (DDP Americas), Cloudian, Kingston Technology, mLogic, Red Hat, Scale Logic, SGL, StorageDNA and Xendata. Media and Organization Sponsors include the AMIA, Bright Blue Innovations Intl., Broadcast Beat, Colonial Purchasing, Coughlin Associates, DCIA, Digital Cinema Society, Digital Production Buzz, Drive Trust Alliance, Entertainment Technology Center (USC), Entertainment Storage Alliance, Flash Memory Summit, HDDFA, Home Toys/AVSystems, LACPUG, Los Angeles Post Production Group, M&E Tech, MESS, Parks Associates, Popnetmedia, Post Magazine, PostPerspective, Postproduction.com, ProductionHub.com, RDC, Sound and Picture Magazine, SMPTE, SNIA, The Broadcast Bridge, Trusted Computing Group and The Shindler Perspective.
A limited number of sponsorships and exhibits opportunities are still available for the 2017 Creative Storage Conference (SM). Several levels of conference, web site and event sponsorship are available as well as a table-top exhibits. Information on the sponsorship and exhibit opportunities are available at http://www.creativestorage.org/2017Exhibitors.htm.
For additional information on the conference call 408-202-5098 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.