With ultrasonic fingerprint ID, Samsung is bringing a new dimension of biometric security and convenience to business users.
As part of an initiative to expand their presence in cloud/datacenter, video and telecommunication verticals, digital solutions provider EchoStreams was looking for a new system to add to their FlacheSAN line. These new servers would provide high performance SSD storage for content delivery networks (CDNs), and video production and post-production applications — all of which typically require both high transfer rates and high numbers of input/output operations per second (IOps). With video file sizes reaching over a terabyte per hour of video, they required some serious bandwidth. On top of all that, customers wanted newer solutions that used NVMe SSDs to achieve higher performance over the existing SATA-based SSDs, while reducing the size and power requirements of the storage systems.