Avid Unity ISIS

Posted on September 16th, 2009.

Avid Unity ISIS – RAID Data Recovery Services

Avid Unity ISIS is a network attached storage solution designed for storing, accessing and sharing large quantities of digital media in collaborative workgroup environments. This storage system is based on a highly scalable, self-balancing, blade-based distributed architecture. Each storage blade includes its own processor, so when the capacity is increased, processing power is also increased intelligently. Avid Unity ISIS is the ideal media network foundation for any content creation enterprise.

Avid Unity ISIS delivers efficient bandwidth up to 400 MB/s of useable bandwidth and new 10Gb/s Ethernet Windows client connectivity supports uncompressed HD and 2K resolutions. Further it allows to combine online and offline workflows on a single system, thus increasing flexibility and simplifying administrative tasks. It also provides high-bandwidth, real-time performance even as the number of clients increases. Up to 12 Avid Unit ISIS Engines can deliver predictable linear performance to 4.8 GB/s, meeting the challenges of the most demanding real-time applications.

Another important feature of Avid Unity ISIS is the flexibility. The flexible architecture enables it to scale up to 330 real-time clients. This feature is especially useful in collaborative environments where hundreds of people need to access media assets across the enterprise. Avid Unity ISIS v2.0 allows for total capacity of 384TB (196 TB usable) with full system mirroring. This is enough to store up to 430 hours of uncompressed HD, or 8700 hours of 50 Mb/s compressed HD. This blade-based storage subsystem features intelligent dual-drive storage elements, integrated Ethernet switching, and redundant power and cooling.

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