05.16.2007 08:00 AM
SeaChange debuts flash memory server for on-demand television

SeaChange International has unveiled its flash memory solution for on-demand television. The new MediaServer Flash Streamer is a 100 percent flash memory-based solution that completely decouples on-demand streaming from disk-based content storage, enabling television operators to push their streaming resources to the network edge and to deploy centralized content libraries.

Available in the third quarter of 2007, a single 2RU Flash Streamer provides 300 hours of storage and 1000 streams.

It perfects a new solution for diskless edge streaming at the network edge for the most popular content in the long tail, thereby enabling centralized storage and storage management at headends.

For more information, visit www.schange.com.



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