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NFS over RDMA - A foundation for uncompressed 8K
We are in a new golden era of content creation. The explosion of streaming services has brought an unprecedented volume of new and amazing media. Production, post-production, visual effects, animation, finishing: everyone is booked solid with work. Expectations for this content are higher than ever, with new, technically challenging formats becoming the norm rather than the exception. Even in 2021, working with native 8K video or high frame rate 4K video (60 frame per second+) is no joke.