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Echostreams Teams Up with LSI and Microsoft to Demonstrate High-Availability Virtualized Shared Storage for Media Professionals at NAB 2014 in Las Vegas at LVCC Booth No.SL10810

Echostreams Innovative Solutions, LLC. today announced the availability of an entire family of redundant server platforms, DuraStreams™, that are designed specifically for various Small-Medium-Business (SMB) verticals, with the support of the latest LSI Syncro® CS HA DAS technology. These platforms are certified under Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 for continuous availability, ideal for OEMs, System Integrators and Value-Added-Resellers building “Business in a Box” and “Branch in a Box” all-in-one Windows Server Hyper-V appliances. Knowing there are different needs coming from different SMB verticals that cannot be satisfied with “one-size-fits-all” approach, Echostreams has developed not one, but five different cluster-in-a-box redundant platforms supporting E3, E5-1400, E5-1600, and E5-2600 platforms. Environments suitable for these cluster-in-a-box redundant platforms include Retail, Medical/Dental Offices, Hotels & Restaurants, Education, Media & Broadcasting, and many others.

“LSI Syncro solutions enables increased data protection with enterprise-class high availability and flexibility never before offered in a DAS-based cluster-in-a-box system like the new Echostreams DuraStreams solutions,” said Jas Tremblay, vice president of marketing, Datacenter Solutions Group, LSI. “As companies continue to deal with massive data growth, Echostreams DuraStreams solutions are an effective way for SMBs to deliver cost-effective high-availability storage that is easy to configure and manage.”

“Traditional approach for high availability requires multiple clustered servers plus a redundant storage subsystem,” said Gene Lee, President and CEO of Echostreams Innovative Solutions. “However, we believe an all-in-one cluster-in-a-box high-availability server equipped with LSI’s dual active hardware RAID controller, Syncro CS solutions offers tremendous values to typically resource-constrained small and medium businesses. Every business should be able to afford a robust IT infrastructure to sustain its continuous operation and growth, and our DuraStreams product line is designed exactly for that purpose.”

About Echostreams

Echostreams Innovative Solutions LLC is a US based white-box OEM/ODM solution platforms provider, committed to drive for the evolution of technologies behind IT infrastructures. Echostreams partners with technology leaders and solution integrators to offer purpose-built solutions to companies who are supporting the world’s IT Infrastructures. Echostreams’ products can be found on www.echostreams.com.

Also showcased at NAB 2014 Las Vegas are: tiered-storage for HD media streaming, all-SSD flash ultra-high performance storage for 4K/8K HD uncompressed video for post-production workflow, high-performance storage for non-linear editing for studios, high-density cloud warm and cold storage for media-archive, etc.

Echostreams and DuraStreams™ are registered trademarks of Echostreams Innovative Solutions LLC. All other names and trademarks are properties of their respective owners.

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