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October 4, 2011

UTStarcom launches streaming media storage unit and blade server

Expanded storage capabilities and faster processing capacity, claims the company

By CBR Staff Writer

UTStarcom, a provider of interactive, IP-based network offerings, has launch of its MS 3005 streaming media storage unit and blade server ‘MS 3005’, which the company says provides customers with expanded storage capabilities and faster processing capacity.

The MS 3005 server enables operators of IPTV, iDTV and Internet TV to stream large amounts of high-definition content and to provide added-value services including video-on-demand and expanded recording capabilities.

The new product also allows operators to better manage and store different types of media data collected from TV, Mobile, PC and other digital media, the company said.

The energy efficient MS 3005 server offers improved technology and high storage density to reduce processing, storage and spare-parts costs, while enhancing operators’ efficiency and scalability.

The company claims the new server when combined with the new MC6098B high-definition set-top box, enhances the subscriber experience and improves both telecom and cable operators’ service capabilities.

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