Saturday, January 28, 2006
  VoD/iTV solutions from Broadbus

The Broadbus® B-1™ Video Server is the world’s first high-density, highly scalable DRAM-based server built to support today’s VOD and SVOD services, as well as the future demands of Television-On-Demand. The solid-state DRAM architecture enables the B-1 to simultaneously ingest and stream massive amounts of video content. And its modular chassis-based design provides a scalable migration path from current VOD and SVOD applications to the fast-approaching TOD future.The patented, DRAM-based streaming server technology at the heart of the Broadbus B-1 system scales to 80 Gbps of output through independent Gigabit Ethernet ports — the highest density in the industry. It has the capacity to support up to 19,200 MPEG-2 streams per B-1. And its solid-state design requires no moving parts, increasing its reliability and lowering its total cost of ownership.By separating its DRAM video streaming and RAID content storage structures, the B-1 permits independent configuration and low-cost upgradeability for additional streams and storage. This truly decoupled design means that stream counts and storage modules can scale to meet the exact needs of cable operators and that modules can be hot-swapped, minimizing downtime for expansion or maintenance.Existing hard disk-based VOD servers are optimized for streaming content to customers. B-1 DRAM-based video servers are designed to ingest hundreds of channels of both library content and broadcast television while simultaneously redistributing thousands of streams with zero-latency. Our Stream Commander™ software manages the propagation of content to and from near-term storage libraries virtually eliminating content replication.


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