BitBand Unveils Video Servers

Vision Ti4 offers unmatched flexibility and performance while leveraging Moore's Law with standard COTS servers

January 2, 2009

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NETANYA, Israel -- BitBand introduces BitBand Vision Ti4™, a solid state flash based video server with highest streaming throughput, designed to provide maximum flexibility and performance to Service Providers deploying IPTV services.

The new Vision Ti4, a part of BitBand's Content Delivery Network solution, offers the advantages of rapid cost reductions in solid-state drives and the flexibility of using Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) hardware. The Ti4 stands out against alternative solutions based on limited life-cycle proprietary hardware.

As flash disk drives become a commodity, BitBand extends its offerings to implement SSD (Solid state Drive) technology into the ultimate performance, most scalable COTS server architecture. Leveraging the company's advanced multi-tier caching technology and the flexibility of its architecture, the new Ti4 will be a perfect fit into various deployment scenarios and business models for creating a comprehensive IPTV platform.

"Industry experience clearly shows that mass production servers offer better performance at lower cost compared to proprietary hardware platforms. BitBand focuses on optimizing our leading software technology that allows us to stream 30 Gigabit per second using today's COTS servers," said Yuval Sovinsky, EVP Strategy & Marketing, BitBand. "Service Providers who seek a cost–effective and future proof solution will extensively benefit from the new Vision Ti4, utilizing its performance, as well as our leading CDN capabilities."

For more information on BitBand's products and solutions, please send an e-mail to [email protected] or visit


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