I don't really know what the link is supposed to show.
But I will guess you try to prove that the talk about DCP servers is proof that RED will sell servers.
That is a 100% misunderstanding on your part.
What people ask about is whether the Projector can be connected to a DCP server (Integrated Media Block (IMB) so it can be used to playback movies that are released uncompressed from the movie studio distributes in the Digital Cinema Package (DCP)
You know like; "Can the projector be used in a movie theatre to show Hollywood movies without transcoding to RedRay R3D format". DCP servers or IMB is nothing RED will make or sell.
The problem with going with the SSD route with RED is that you have to buy their RED SSD drive. That is if you read the specs, but here is listed in http://www.red.com/products/red-ray
RED SSD drive is priced rather high. $3900 for an SSD (512GB) drive?
You have to separate the various uses and needs of SSD's.
The RED SSD used in the cameras to capture the very high Bitrate data stream is a Industrial/Military strength SSD. It has to be to guarantee that no parts of the data stream is lost or corrupted in an often harsh working environment.
The RED camera SSD, while expensive, has a normal price for this kind of SSD. This is not a consumer SSD. See comparative prices; Industrial and Military-Grade Solid State Drives by Smart Modular/ADTRON
The RedRay player on the other hand don't need this quality (and expensive) SSD, but can use a consumer quality SSD, or even use a conventional spinning HDD.
Because it will be used in a controlled environment playing back material at the same bitrates as 1080p Blu-Ray evn if it is 4K.
Actually, I was interested at first in RED, but I did extensive research on the company and laser projectors. RED is a company that hires contractors to build their products, but the company that built the projector sounds like they copied a patent from a Canadian lady (Diane Troyer) that developed the laser projector technology. Which she holds the US patent. Her technology was sold to Kodak. Here is her report about RED. http://metatroy.wordpress.com/2012/04/17/ztron-vision-if-it-is-about-red-laser-projector/
Actually, she had larger post about RED in the past. Looks like that one was edited.
Nobody outside of RED knows for sure what technology they have bought and further developed.
The Diane Troyer link doesn't give the right clue.
The guessing here on AVS back in April was that RED had bought High Definition Integration Ltd.(HDI)
and the guys that invented the tech now work at RED HQ further developing the projector.
My speculation in addition was that they use Reflective LCD panels from Micron Technology Inc. and use their very fast F-LCOS panels which Micron acquired when they bought Displaytech
Micron have later sold the FLCOS to Citizen Finetech Miyota (Citizen) of Japan.So all this becomes highly speculative.
Please link to a specific post.
Nothing on that link page; except a hint from a non RED Team poster that RED will have another offer at release time. Remember that this was in April!
Better yet as I suggested in a previous post; Wait_and_See. Do_not_Speculate_on Something_you Don't_Know_about!
To follow the latest in Laser projections (actual products); http://www.avsforum.com/f/185/d-cinema-equipment-and-theaters
The drawback of the RED projector is not that it is LCOS
, but that it uses passive 3D which requires a silver screen, which is also required for passive 3D using DLP projectors.
The drawback is the cost of the screen and that high-gain screens degrades the image in 2D, and therefore by logic degrades the 3D image quality.
To the extent that there is a movement in Europe from DP's to forbid 2D screenings on silver screens. In France there is already a law, going in effect in 2017, to forbid 2D screening on silver screens in movie theatres. http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118051270?refCatId=13
(hidden behind paywall).
I never liked DLP projectors because of the color wheel effect, but Digital micromirror device (DMD) seems to be the solution.
You don't need colorwheel on a One chip DLP when you use LED or Laser light engine.
RED can't use DLP because of the cost, Texas Instrument's strict licensing rules, and no possibility to further develop their own solutions based on DLP DMD.
All RED products are based on their own developments and designs
If you go with RED then the only solution would to be apply a filter on the projector lense or you could apply a multi-spectral coating on the passive 3d glasses.The laser projection technology for the home is new, so I would wait on the technology to mature.
You don't need any polarizing filter on lenses or glasses when you use a Laser Light engine and and a silver screen.
Take you own advise and don't speculate any more, and rather wait for the products to be released. Your posts and speculations are so full of misunderstandings and far off the mark, it's better you rather ask than state wrong info.