Brief: Storage for Arab TV

Alhurra, the new Arabic-language, all-digital, satellite television network funded by the Broadcasting Board of Governors, an independent federal agency, has chosen high-capacity storage servers from Dulles, Va.-based Inline Corp. to support its operations. The station, based in Virginia, was put together by Chantilly, Va.-based integrator TGS Inc. Programs are produced at the station, and then beamed via satellite to the Middle East.

Inline's MorStor TrueFibre 465 storage array servers hold up to 35 terabytes of video and data and transmit information at 40 Gbps. The company recently introduced the latest product in its storage line, the TrueFibre 480, which has twice the capacity of the TF465.

 

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