StoreAge's SVM Provides Storage Virtualization Management for Korea's Largest Broadcasting Company.
Booth No. S6638
SEOUL, South Korea--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr. 4, 2002
Seoul Broadcasting System Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) KSE: 034120 is one of four major national South Korean television and radio networks. On March 17, 2000, the company legally became known as SBS, changing its corporate name from 서울방송 (Seoul Bangsong). Chooses StoreAge's SVM SVM Support Vector Machines
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StoreAge Networking Technologies, an innovator in enterprise SAN storage management, has announced today its large-scale SVM(TM) (Storage Virtualization Manager) deployment at Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS See Small Business Server. ), Korea's largest broadcasting company.
SBS chose StoreAge's SVM to manage the storage of its two major channels - the sports channel and the drama channel. The SVM was selected for improving the manageability of SBS' large-scale storage systems as well as enhancing system performance and availability. The deployment at SBS is effected in cooperation with Netclips Inc., StoreAge's partner in Korea.
StoreAge's SVM provides SBS a cost-effective way to aggregate both the capacity and the performance of multiple storage arrays. This enables the economical creation of large storage pools with high data bandwidth from a number of mid-range RAID sub-systems, for the servicing of multiple video streams in real time. The SVM offers a uniform and centralized management view of all SAN components, which are supplied by different manufacturers. Each SBS broadcasting channel deploys a fully redundant configuration consisting of multiple servers running W2000 OS using QLogic (NASDAQ NASDAQ
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Netclips supplies the required SAN components and supports SBS with the planning, design and system integration for this project. Mr. Hee-Young Kim, President of Netclips, noted: "StoreAge's technology allows us to deliver cost-effective, top-quality services to our broadcasting customers. SVM is the only solution that meets the demanding video streaming performance requirements. Its Asymmetric architecture enables practically unlimited scalability and ensures consistent high performance, using multi-vendor storage systems, at a very low-cost for the customer."
Mr.Tae Yong Ha, Deputy Chief Engineer of the SBS Institute of Technology, commented: "We were surprised at how easily this installation was completed and are very pleased with the system's performance. We know that without the SVM we would have needed to spend significantly more money in order to achieve similar results."
"We are happy that SBS chose to deploy our SVM for two of its major TV channels", said Dani Naor, Director of Business Development at StoreAge. "We've already had successful installations in the video broadcasting market, and this is yet another proof that our technology enables high-performance yet cost-effective storage management in a heterogeneous SAN environment. We believe the SVM is quickly becoming the broadcasting industry de-facto standard for storage management."
StoreAge will demonstrate the SVM and its application in digital media broadcasting at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show in Las Vegas, Nevada, April 8-11, at Stand number S6638.
About StoreAge Networking Technologies:
StoreAge Networking Technologies (www.store-age.com) is a privately held company privately held company
A firm whose shares are held within a relatively small circle of owners and are not traded publicly. founded in 1999 as a spin-off from IIS (Internet Information Services) Microsoft's Web server. IIS runs under the server versions of Windows, adding HTTP server capability to the Windows operating system. Intelligent Information Systems (NASDAQ: IISL IISL Institut International sur le Droit de l'Espace (ESA) ) and since then obtained over $28 million of equity investment from major strategic as well as leading financial groups. The Company has offices in Irvine, CA and Nesher, Israel, as well as strategic partners in several European and Far East countries. StoreAge develops and provides innovative storage technology and products with a focus on Storage Area Network (SAN) architecture. StoreAge is a technology leader in storage virtualization using an asymmetric design implemented through a SAN appliance approach. The Company seeks to increase and expand its cooperation with major OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) The rebranding of equipment and selling it. The term initially referred to the company that made the products (the "original" manufacturer), but eventually became widely used to refer to the organization that buys the products and partners, storage systems integrators and storage service providers to deliver advanced storage solutions to the enterprise market.
StoreAge is a member of both the US and the European Storage Networking Industry Association An association of producers and consumers of storage networking products, whose goal is to further storage networking technology and applications. The Storage Networking Industry Association, or SNIA (SNIA (Storage Networking Industry Association, San Francisco, CA, www.snia.org) An organization devoted to the advancement of mission critical storage systems. Founded in 1997, its goal is to determine the standards that must be developed to allow hosts and storage systems to interact via ) and of SNIA's IP Storage Forum.
For additional information about StoreAge Networking Technologies, visit our web site at www.store-age.com
About Netclips, Inc.:
Netclips, Inc. is a privately held Korean company established in 1994. Netclips has been distributing SANergy since 1997, and has opened up the Korean SAN market. As a leading storage solution provider, Netclips provides state-of-the-art storage solutions to various Korean industries including broadcasting, medical and archiving. Netclips is the first Korean company to introduce Storage Virtualization on digital broadcasting solutions. This serves as a milestone for the explosive growth of storage virtualization in this region. Netclips is a member of SNIA and FCIA FCIA
See: Foreign Credit Insurance Association . For further information about Netclips, Inc., please visit our web site at http://www.netclips.co.kr