The nature of information being shared throughout an enterprise and the worldwide web is increasingly more diverse challenging virtually every market sector. This growth in data is significant with information transforming from textual to images and most recently exploding in the form of multimedia content. Currently itís estimated the world will produce some 4 zetabytes (equaling 4 million petabytes) of new data in 2013 and all this data needs to be transmitted and stored cost-effectively.

Be it the search engines, email providers, enterprise content management solutions or virtual office software, the hybrid nature of dynamic information has compelled the need for new data management, storage and transmission capabilities...         

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Healthcare professionals understand the need for an effective solution to archive, retrieve and distribute healthcare information and images. As medical practitioners and hospitals create significant amounts of data, their need has become more intense. A doctor in the United States on average generates close to 70 terabytes of data every year. Many technologies have been overwhelmed and failed to keep pace with the rapidly growing demand of the healthcare industry. Despite steep investments in infrastructure and bandwidth, when it comes to transmitting and making readily available large volumes of medical files and images the existing challenges continue to grow for the medical community at large...   more...

The growth in streaming video subscribers is being driven by the broader trends of media consumption over the Internet, increased broadband penetration, higher download speeds and growth in connected devices. More than 66% of smartphone users streamed video in 2011 and that is projected to increase at a compound annual growth rate of 28% through 2014.

With more than 200 billion videos being viewed online every month consumer demand for lower bandwidth charges is growing fast while network operators struggle to optimize bandwidth utilization...     

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