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StoreAge to Provide Storage Management for Chinese Sports Event

StoreAge Networking Technologies, a storage virtualization company, today announced a large-scale SVM(TM) (Storage Virtualization Manager) deployment at Guangdong TV, the official operator and broadcaster of the 9th Chinese Sports Games.

According to the company, the deployment is effected with the active assistance of Sobey Digital Technology Co., StoreAge's partner in China.

Mr. Lian Jintian, the Chief Engineer of Guangdong TV commented: "In order to accomplish the TV live broadcast in a more effective way, we made a decision after careful examination and chose Sobey with StoreAge Virtualization Management to build this large-scale memory system, which is based on SAN, SAN volume management and SAN file system, with Media Asset Management application at the International Broadcast Center for the 9th Sports Games. StoreAge's system provides IBC a comprehensive and reliable solution."

"We are pleased to be selected by Guangdong TV for the Storage Virtualization Manager and its advanced applications", said Dani Naor, Director of Business Development at StoreAge. "Storage virtualization is the single most significant improvement in storage technology over the past several years. The ability to implement heterogeneous storage networking solutions using multiple storage devices enables our customers to effectively centralize the SAN management function and enjoy a significant reduction in their overall storage cost. Together with Guangdong TV, we are delivering the industry's most reliable and scalable storage networking infrastructure to the Chinese market, enabling SAN customers to keep pace with the exponential growth in storage requirements".


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