August 15, 2013
STERLING, Va., Aug. 15 -- IceWEB Storage Corporation, an award-winning Unified Data Storage appliance provider for cloud and virtual environments, as well as the highly secure, scalable IceBOX BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Private Digital Cloud Solution, announced that the Company has been selected to provide a private cloud storage infrastructure to a prestigious Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) university.
The University chose two 32TB IceWEB 2000 2U unified storage appliances; one to house video recordings from sporting events and one to be deployed at a remote data center for a disaster recovery copy. The faculty and staff will utilize IceBOX, in conjunction with the IceWEB 2000 storage appliances, to provide BYOD anywhere access to the video archives. The coaching staff, administrators and athletes will be able to stream video content from their smartphones and tablets directly to video monitors in virtually any location on or off campus.
"The use of the IceWEB 2000 storage arrays coupled with the IceBOX appliance reflects the ever-increasing capability and flexibility in the IceWEB product line," says Gaurang Mehta, CTO for IceWEB. "IceWEB will continue to deliver robust solutions combining our core storage competency with our other cloud computing capabilities and products."
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