Digital Storage in Consumer Electronics: The Essential Guide [NOOK Book]

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Consumer electronics engineers, technicians, and managers, embedded engineers, system engineers, product designers & developers, network engineers and managers, programmers, marketing and sales personnel, and providers of content to electronic device end users

* Presents best practices for selecting, integrating, and using storage devices to achieve higher performance, ...
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Digital Storage in Consumer Electronics: The Essential Guide

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Overview

Consumer electronics engineers, technicians, and managers, embedded engineers, system engineers, product designers & developers, network engineers and managers, programmers, marketing and sales personnel, and providers of content to electronic device end users

* Presents best practices for selecting, integrating, and using storage devices to achieve higher performance, greater reliability and lower cost
* Teardown photos provide rare visuals of the "guts" of the devices discussed
* Covers hot topics including flash memory, DVRs, Apple iPods, home networks, and automotive electronics, from basic layouts to standards, advanced features, and exciting growth opportunities
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Editorial Reviews

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“This book will immediately become an indispensable reference book for the storage industry movers and shakers, developers and users. It will be a valued contribution for years to come.” - Rick Wietfeldt, CTO, Emerging Technologies and Strategy, Texas Instruments, Inc.

"Tom Coughlin's Digital Storage in Consumer Electronics is an excellent guide to the internal workings of increasingly ubiquitous digital storage. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wishes to understand and not simply use technology to enrich their lives." - Tom Clark, Principal Engineer, Brocade, and Board Member of the Storage Networking Industry Association

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780080558493
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science
  • Publication date: 8/30/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 312
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Tom Coughlin is a 25-year veteran of the digital storage industry. He has worked at several companies (including Ampex, Seagate, Maxtor, and Polaroid) designing and managing the design of digital storage products. He is the founder and organizer of the Storage Visions Conference, the leading annual event on digital storage in consumer electronics. Attendance at Storage Visions has increased about 70% annually in recent years, and includes all the major worldwide players in the technology. Tom is also a market analyst in the storage area and the author of annual reports on entertainment content creation and distribution and on the integration of digital storage into consumer electronics. He has extensive industry contacts and a broad base of support for the research required to complete this book. He has over 50 publications and six patents to his credit and is active in the IEEE Consumer Electronics Society (current chairman of the Santa Clara Valley IEEE CE Society), the IDEMA Consumer Electronics Committee (co-chair), and other professional organizations. Tom has a bachelor of science in Physics and a Masters in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Materials Science.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Fundamentals of hard disk drives
Chapter 3: Fundamentals of optical storage
Chapter 4: Fundamentals of flash memory and other solid state memory technologies
Chapter 5: Storage in home consumer electronic devices
Chapter 6: Storage in mobile consumer electronic devices
Chapter 7: Integration of storage in consumer devices
Chapter 8: Development of home network storage and home storage virtualization
Chapter 9: The future of home digital storage
Chapter 10: Standards for consumer electronics storage and appendices
Appendix A: Specification comparison of some 1.8-inch hard disk drives and a flash solid state drive.
Appendix B: Home networking technology trade groups
Appendix C: Companies making various storage products used in consumer applications
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