Netia and Isilon Systems Partner on Storage, Security


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Claret, France - May 15, 2007 - Netia has set an agreement for its Radio-Assist 7.5 range of digital audio software programs to be integrated with the Isilon Systems Isilon IQ clustered storage. Radio-Assist's DB Share database management module manages the consistency of database contents, while the Isilon IQ storage system provides added protection with Snapshot IQ, Sync IQ and Smart Connect Advanced software, all of which contribute to file integrity and accessibility.

The Isilon IQ family of clustered storage systems was designed data-intensive and high-performance computing environments. The Isilon IQ system offers a range of data security software including Snapshot IQ, which enables instant global snapshots of the server system; Sync IQ, which allows for synchronization and replication processes; and Smart Connect Advanced, which allows users to optimize the number of client connections based on Network File System (NFS) and Common Internet File System (CIFS) protocols.

DB Share centralizes all communications with the Radio-Assist 7.5 database. It performs systematic and synchronous redundancy checks of all the metadata produced by the system to ensures the consistency of database contents.



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