Digital Video Servers: Storage Technology and Applications (1994)

By Richard F. Annibaldi, Pioneer New Media Technologies, Inc.

How can cable operators help prepare themselves for the introduction of compressed digital video into their cable systems? This paper describes the technologies available for one important area, mass storage used in digital video servers.

With this information, operators can better evaluate their alternatives in relation to their planned applications.

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