Adrian (AJ) Herrera of Caringo | Interview snippets from NAB BuZZ 2019 podcasts with Larry Jordan
Larry Jordan: And it‚Äôs the start of Day 4, the final day, for the 2019 NAB Show. And you‚Äôd think that all the people in the booths are exhausted but the people asking them questions are as fresh as ever. There‚Äôs a lot of activity going on the floor. And sitting next to me is AJ Herrera. He‚Äôs the VP of Marketing for Caringo. Aj, it‚Äôs been many years we‚Äôve had a chance to talk. Welcome back.
Adrian ‚ÄúAJ‚Äù Herrera: Thanks Larry. Glad to be here.
Larry Jordan: Tell us‚Ä¶ For people that have heard of Caringo but don‚Äôt know what you guys do, describe the company.
Adrian ‚ÄúAJ‚Äù Herrera: So Caringo, we‚Äôve been around for 13 years. We‚Äôve always focused on storage software specifically object storage. Your listeners may be familiar with object storage. It enables every major cloud storage service out there, but we‚Äôre used to stand up your own private cloud within your data center.
Larry Jordan: Well, there‚Äôs a couple of different versions of object storage. I know Quantum is pushing store next week. Why should somebody consider Caringo?
Adrian ‚ÄúAJ‚Äù Herrera: Oh, well, a lot of our competitors only focus on archive cheap and deep storage. I think that‚Äôs what most people think when they think object storage, but we have content management built in. And here at the show, we‚Äôre also talking a lot about on-demand workflows, specifically long tail VoD, OTT, all being enabled from our objects stores out there.
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