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Key Code Media Invites You to a FREE Lunch & Learn Seminar (San Francisco) 1/19/10:”Integrated Solutions for Your Shared Storage in the Media Industry”

Shared storage solutions (NAS and SAN) have become the cornerstone of media sharing and workflows. StorageDNA is introducing a new SAN/NAS plug-in tool that extends your existing shared drives for numerous workflows. Learn how you can take advantage of this media pipeline tool to accelerate collaboration, approvals, transcoding, archiving and distribution workflows.

Join Key Code Media for our winter edition Lunch and Learn Seminar Series

Tuesday January 19, 2010

Integrated Solutions for Your Shared Storage in the Media Industry

In this seminar, we will give you an overview of integrated file sharing solutions that are the most relevant to media professionals including the following:

● Extending your SAN/NAS for remote workflows ● Sharing content with systems that lack direct access to your SAN/NAS ● Enabling faster ingest, editorial, transcoding, approval and distribution workflows ● Remote technologies that minimize your risk and disruptions

Simple sharing that gives your creatives, editors, producers and clients a simple and secure way to share files directly from shared storage they already use.

Share with remote stations and provide a seamless way to get content from your NAS/SAN to remote color, audio and approval stations.

Edit remotely, media and project folders on your shared central storage can be synched to remote editors as changes occur.

Network transcoding, provide users a seamless way to connect remote edit, ingest and other stations to your transcoding workflow.

Field Content (P2, RED)
to give users a way to send content back directly to your shared storage.

Guest Speaker includes:

Tridib Chakravarty (CEO of StorageDNA) received his BS and MS in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University. At Quantum Corp, he was in the Advanced Technology Group, where he architected and developed their first De-Duplication technology. He was a lead architect for Quantum’ s CDP (Continuous Data Protection) technology and was part of the design and implementation team for the world’s first OSD based clustered file system – PanasasFS. Tridib Chakravarty (CEO of StorageDNA)


Lunch & Registration


Tuesday January 19, 2010



Sir Francis Drake Hotel
450 Powell Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

Click here for directions


  1. January 4, 2010 at 6:36 pm

    This seminar was by far, Key Code Media’s most successful lunch and learn seminar series of 2009. Kick your new year off hearing an unbiased technology presentation. It’s 98% information and 2% commercial for StorageDNA. Workflows to connect remote users seamlessly, without the expense of proprietary hardware. If you work with Avid MediaComposer or Unity, Facilis, Stornext, Autodesk or FinalCutPro, you’ll find this approach as a significant enabler for your business. As an added benefit, January 19th is the worldwide release for StorageDNA version 3.0.

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