Gabriel Pesek

Gabriel Pesek

Gabriel Pesek is a writer for SiliconANGLE Media's roving news desk team theCUBE, covering events and developments in the tech world.Repeated stints as a publication editor in high school, a focus on international language studies in college, and a self-published examination of H.P. Lovecraft's fiction have left him with a deep appreciation of new communications developments.An enthusiastic fan of music, Pesek is a long-time album reviewer for The Burning Beard, which has led to contact with up-and-coming bands around the world, while also maintaining daily reviews of albums from his personal collection.Raised in south Texas, he currently lives in north Louisiana.

Latest from Gabriel Pesek

Cloud business aims to make security, analytics integral to back-up solutions

As the options available to businesses for solving their back-up needs become increasingly diversified, the companies that are looking to remain the go-to answer for those solutions are compelled to keep evolving. “Data is the life-blood of the organization,” said Danny Allan (pictured), vice president of cloud and alliance strategy at Veeam Software Inc. “So being […]

Where do developers and consumers fit into Micron’s new architecture?

With news of Micron Technology Inc.’s new flash storage architecture for NVMe over Fabric, some of the most important points regarding the realities of its adoption and integration could easily be lost in the cloud of hype and speculation. According to industry experts, the developer community could play a crucial role in the adoption of Micron’s latest innovations […]

The irony of real-time analytics and why data needs refinement

Raw data is messy, unorganized and disparate. As with any raw material, however, data can be refined. Once fit for commerce, data can build models, answer questions and write code in real-time. The irony is that this gate-checking process of determining which data can contribute to analytics is itself an act of analysis. During today’s Micron Summit […]

Riding the perfect storm of memory’s market with NVMe over Fabric

What’s the future of computing hold for storage? Non-volatile memory standards offers hope to the enterprise, as flash storage provider Micron Technologies Inc. unveiled a new NVMe over Fabrics architecture at its summit today in New York. Eagerly presenting the capabilities of its new offering, Micron details the market factors that have come together to allow for […]

How Intel’s cloud-native utilities connect and expand visual data

As the ease of constructing and integrating pieces of technological applications like augmented reality becomes more and more accessible, companies producing media content, as well as those consuming it, are looking at how these advances can be applied. “Those sorts of capabilities give you the ability to tell a story in a way you couldn’t […]

Is cloud becoming the environment of choice for content creators?

With cloud integration and interfacing rapidly evolving to meet the various needs of the companies that have chosen to develop software-based services, its effects on the world of media processing are becoming a distinct presence and driving further innovation. “Speed of processing becomes a function of how much of the cloud you want to use,” said […]

Expanding back-up awareness to handle the rise of visual data

As the appeal of cloud-based solutions continues to gain traction, enterprises that find traditional backup methods to be better-suited to their needs are struggling to have their voices heard. For some in the commercial media sector, while cloud is handy for certain tasks, it’s simply not the final answer to all of their problems, according to […]

The IP transformation: Effectively scaling today’s content production and distribution

As the power of compute and orchestration allows central processing unit-intensive tasks to be handled more easily than ever before, companies responsible for the production of media content in a variety of fields have been eager to tap into the applications enabled by that functionality shift. “The barrier to entry, to get this type of […]

Hollywood handlers: Evolving film data in the digital age

As the viability of artificial intelligence, the functionality of metadata and the power of distributed computing all advance, their united application is causing big changes in the way that digital distribution of media is being approached and executed. “We want to see companies create differentiated solutions for consumers without having to worry about how the […]

White-hat hackers: Finding security gaps before the bad guys

While many developers and IT security professionals have long been likely to have something of a background in hacking, today’s deeper levels of online connectivity along with the influence and abilities of those connected systems, means white-hat hackers are getting to openly exercise their security testing with less social stigma. “We’re tinkerers and problem-solvers, and […]