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Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Apr 16

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SeaChange’s FML200 SeaChange is looking to change the face of video storage. The company is offering a flash-based library system. This system is adapted to one already in use for VOD and focused on play-to-air servers. Flash-based systems are much less prone to failure than disk-based systems, and Chris Nicholson and Sherry Zhu say that the MediaCluster architecture leverages data so you don't tax one drive. Listen to Sherry Zhu, director of storage based projects for SeaChange, talk about the FML200.

Related articles: Fuji TV turns to SeaChange digital video platform for HD service; Asia’s broadcasters rely on SeaChange, Aveco, Benchmark partnership; SeaChange expands broadcast TV platforms at Network 18 In India; SeaChange unveils flash memory-based broadcast video server.

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