StoreVault, a NetApp (NASDAQ: NTAP) division,
will participate at NAB2007, the annual convention of the National
Association of Broadcasters, April 14-19, 2007. Drew Meyer, product
marketing manager for StoreVault, will introduce the basics of
networked storage and its relevance to small and medium businesses
in which storage specialists typically are not found.
NAB2007 is an essential destination for more
than 100,000 electronic-media executives, trendsetters, and
visionaries. This event brings together the entire spectrum of
media: television and radio broadcast, audio and video production,
and the latest technologies from all corners of the globe.
Introduction to Networked Storage
Speaker: Drew Meyer, product marketing manager, StoreVault
Date: Monday, April 16, 2007
Time: 1:00 p.m.
Location: Las Vegas Convention Center S226
With an explosion of opportunities in audio
and video, small and medium businesses are finding more challenges
in managing and storing volumes of production data. Today's AV pro
network typically includes very powerful client computers with
significant numbers of direct-attached storage "islands," RAID
devices, and servers that provide capacity, but they all increase
complexity and risk and sacrifice performance and function while
wasting dollars. This presentation is intended for first-time
networked-storage users, those considering investing in high-end
storage, and those unfamiliar with networked storage.