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RAIDIX showcases its flagship media storage technology to the Arab world at CABSAT 2017

28.03.2017

RAIDIX gains a strong foothold in MENA countries and further develops its distribution channels and partnerships at CABSAT 2017 (Dubai World Trade Centre, UAE, March 21–23, 2017). CABSAT is a major M&E event in the region and entry point to a $66B market. At this year’s conference and exhibition, the RAIDIX team reveals its renowned storage technology facing new performance and scalability challenges posed by modern broadcasting.

RAIDIX showcases its flagship media storage technology to the Arab world at CABSAT 2017

Part of Media, Broadcast and Entertainment Week in Dubai, UAE, CABSAT hosts the Broadcast & Production, Satellite, Equipment, Content Delivery, and Content Marketplace sectors for all-round coverage of the industry landscape.

A booming Middle East media market, running at an 11% CAGR against the global rate of 5%, has dramatically increased in spend and demand for cutting-edge content. Regardless of infrastructure implications, this content needs to be delivered fast and easy with the use of innovative technology. With over 1,000 TV channels serving the Arab world and ubiquitous adoption of OTT distribution, the market requires cost-efficient storage solutions addressing exponential data growth and complexity.

By targeting senior-level buyers and vertical system integrators, RAIDIX communicates the value of software-defined storage to the M&E community and lands new accounts across the Persian gulf. RAIDIX leverages the benefits of high throughput and IOPs against 2K/4K/8K workloads, elastic scalability along with supplemented resources, and 99,9999 data availability. RAIDIX Media unlocks the potential of flexible hardware-independent technology and caters to the entire production cycle – from ingest to content delivery.

With a solid product offering under the belt, RAIDIX is poised to equip postproduction studios and TV channels in the MEA region with high-density easy-to-configure storage tailored to evolving media specifications.