Western Digital’s Erik Weaver discusses how they plan for future storage needs. He talks about how over the last few years they’ve acquired San Disk and HGST. He also projects that by 2020 they’ll have a storage device that can hold up to 40 terabytes.
Christina Garza from G-Technology discusses their acquisition by Western Digital and their renewed marketing visibility. She discusses their new capacities for their products with a storage of 14 terabytes, new ruggedized SSDs and blindingly-fast SSDs using NVMe technology.
BeBop Technology’s Michael Kammes talks about what caught his attention at NAB 2019 thus far. He describes Avid’s new interface and their embrace of The Cloud. He also mentions Sony and how they released a brand new camera with NDI built into it. Some trends he talks about are high-quality PTZ cameras with 4k and 5k resolutions, as well as AI and machine learning.
James DeRuvo with doddleNews wraps up Day 3 explaining how he wasn’t a fan of the connected car exhibit that enables streaming digital to your car. He also reviews all the other tech he saw throughout the day and talks about his extended interview with Josh Apter. Another trend he noticed was new technology using “old school” workflow to move forward to minimize wasted effort.
Interview scheduled for Wednesday April 10th, 2019 @ 5:00 pm at our Digital Production BuZZ booth ( SL10527 in the South Lower hall ).
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