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Along with the prediction that the Internet will not destroy pay TV because consumers will demand a high-quality experience across their various platforms, Sam Blackman’s Elemental Technologies launched its parallel processing video server at our NewTeeVee Live conference yesterday. In a further conversation with Stacey from […]

Along with the prediction that the Internet will not destroy pay TV because consumers will demand a high-quality experience across their various platforms, Sam Blackman’s Elemental Technologies launched its parallel processing video server at our NewTeeVee Live conference yesterday.

In a further conversation with Stacey from GigaOM on the show floor, Blackman predicted the cost of computing would be less than the cost of caching within three years, which would change the business of how people store and transcode content to make it more flexible. Here’s the video; for more, see Stacey’s post on GigaOM.

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  1. [...] has long touted the advantages of parallel processing for video encoding. The company, which raised $7.1 million in financing in 2008 and was included in our “Next [...]

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