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Storage Visions Set for January 2011

The Entertainment Storage Alliance and Coughlin Associates announced that the Tenth Annual Storage Visions Conference will be held at the Riviera Hotel Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 4 & 5, 2011.

According to the statement, event management is inviting speaker submissions as well as early conference registration.

For more information visit: www.storagevisions.com


Unedited press release follows:

2011 Storage Visions Conference Invites Speaker Submissions and Registration

Toshiba Is Gold Sponsor

SAN JOSE, CA–(July 12, 2010) -  The Tenth Annual Storage Visions Conference will be held at the Riviera Hotel Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 4 & 5, 2011. Join CEOs, industry leaders, manufacturers, and end users at Storage Visions 2011 in a relaxed and informative environment where you can network with world changers and industry titans and discover the trends that will drive economic recovery and new profitability.

Event management is planning a series of special events and activities for the 10th anniversary event including four exciting keynotes. Submit speaker submissions for the conference by filing out and submitting the completed form at: http://www.storagevisions.com/2011SpeakerCall.htm

Following are preliminary conference sessions:

A1: Storage for Content Creation and Post Production

This session addresses digital storage and the requirements for capturing, editing and archiving content. The industry is being transformed by file-based workflows, as major studios and theatres embrace digital cinema and high resolution 3D content and as ever larger content libraries are created and maintained.

B1: Finding, Protecting and Using Content

This session explores the latest developments in content indexing and searching, including automated metadata generation. It also examines the role digital storage will play in providing greater privacy protection. We’ll also look at new products and specifications that will make content more secure as well as easier to find and use.

C1: Analyst Perspectives: What’s New in Storage Technology, Media and Entertainment and Consumer Storage?

What’s the current status of storage device technology and markets for entertainment and personal storage? Learn what VCs are investing in now. What do leading analysts think are the hot new technologies and drivers for growth in professional entertainment and consumer storage markets?

D1: The Future of Computer Storage

There are exciting new storage architectures for mobile computer and computer-like devices including thin client Android computers, hybrid and dual storage computers offering the advantages of flash memory and hard disk drives. Find out about the future of computer storage in this session.

E1: The Technology of Storage

Find out about the latest in storage technologies such as hard disk drives, solid state drives, flash memory and brand new storage technologies. Learn about the fast new interfaces and standards that will be used to create effective, green and speedy storage devices and networks.

A2: Storing More Stuff in CE Devices

Digital storage is crucial to product design from MP3 players to computers. Hear how leading designers of consumer products and storage developers are working together to meet this critical need in the future. Find out the latest in storage technology. What are options to protect and recover your content?

B2: Enabling Technologies for High Resolution Applications

High resolution content on consumer electronic devices requires more writing and reading, continuous connectivity, greater levels of power and power management, more sophisticated operating systems and other software and new display technologies. Find out about the technologies for making better CE devices and find out about amazing products that will change our world and boost digital storage demand.

C2: Cloud Storage for Consumers and Enterprises

Distributing content as well as on-line back-up and disaster recovery are driving demand for remote storage. This session exposes the storage requirements and trends for on-line content delivery and remote storage. Learn about new business opportunities and how they’ll impact the growth and use of storage in this growing market.

D2: The Future of Content Delivery

Find out about the latest trends in physical content distribution including optical and solid state approaches. Learn about how digital signage depends upon storage. Hear about technologies that promise to provide comprehensive and reliable network access to commercial and personal content. Can physical distribution compete against or live with content downloading?

E2: Personal Home Storage: Saving, Sharing and Protecting Family Content

As home storage requirements increase we need new ways to organize, backup, share and manage our personal and commercial content. Find out about the technology and business models enabling direct attached and networked storage for consumers. This is one of the biggest growth areas in consumer storage-find out why.

Conference registration is now open. To register for SV 2011 go to: http://www.storagevisions.com/2011Register.htm

Toshiba America Information Systems (TOSBF) is a Gold as well as Lanyard Sponsor, Silicon Image and SNIA SSSI are Bronze Sponsors. Exhibitors include DataDirect Networks and Verbatim. Marketwire is the newswire sponsor. Organization and media sponsors include: Burnworld, Coughlin Associates, Entertainment Storage Alliance, Flash Memory Summit, HomeToys, IDC, IDMA, MESA, Park Associates and RLTA.

There are a limited number of sponsorships and exhibit spaces still available for the 2011 Storage Visions Conference. For information on sponsorship and exhibit opportunities at the 2011 conference, fill out the appropriate forms available on the conference web site: www.StorageVisions.com. Interested parties can also call Storage Visions at 408-978-8184 or email us at info@StorageVisions.com.

The Storage Visions Conference is put on by the Entertainment Storage Alliance (www.EntertainmentStorage.Org) and Coughlin Associates (www.tomcoughlin.com).

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