BW: Rewritable DVD Featured in Demo of High-Availability Streaming Video SolutionJun 21, 2000, 13:10 (0 Talkback[s])
"Emphasizing the enhanced capacity and performance of the recently announced 4.7GB rewritable DVD drives, the industry's leading DVD-RAM technology participants, including Hitachi, Toshiba and Panasonic, will train the spotlight on a continuous demonstration of streaming video in the DVD-RAM Pavilion, in Rooms 1C02-1C03 at the Jacob K. Javits Center during PC Expo, June 27-29."
"The demonstration, which will be given as part of the introduction of the new industry standard rewritable DVD technology, will illustrate the Pavilion's application theme "DVD-RAM ... Defining Storage Convergence."
"In addition to incorporating a 7TB ASACA TeraCart rewritable DVD library, the streaming video system includes MagnaVault jukebox management software from Tracer Technologies (a BakBone Software company) and Linux clustering technology from Mission Critical Linux. The hardware and software combine to provide a single, highly reliable solution for Internet/intranet and audio/video applications such as video-on-demand for training, education and communications as well as data warehousing, and data mining."
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