Cloudian Shows HyperStore Xtreme With Seagate Technology

HyperStore Xtreme is presented as addressing the challenges of managing growing video content volumes.

It does, Cloudian explains, this by enabling content owners and creators the scalability and flexibility of the largest public clouds but within their own facilities, preserving full content control and security.

Built on an ultra-dense Seagate server platform, the new solution enables users to store and manage over 55,000 hours of 4K video (UAVC-4K, Ultra HD format) within just 12U of rack space. This represents a claimed 75% space saving over what it would take to achieve the same capacity with an LTO-8 tape library - a significant benefit in broadcast centers and other settings where space is scarce. HyperStore Xtreme is also claimed significantly faster than tape and much more cost-effective when tape management expenses are taken into account.

Full certification with all major MAM solutions is on offer as is integration with one or more public clouds.

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