San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 25, 2014
Dailymotion is one of the world’s largest video sites with 120 million unique visitors, more than 2.5B monthly video views and 300K to 600K simultaneous VoD sessions. Dailymotion has selected Scality to provide content archiving and to feed its direct to consumer VoD streaming system for Dailymotion’s 40+ million titles, each of which is encoded in seven different formats.
Dailymotion’s 10PB Scality RING will operate in parallel with Dailymotion’s existing Isilon system. Dailymotion chose Scality because the RING delivers excellent performance while being extremely cost-effective.
“We are very pleased to be working with Dailymotion, one of our largest hyperscale customers,” said Jerome Lecat, CEO of Scality. “Their enormous content stores, impressive global viewer base and stringent requirements underscore the value of our scale-out architecture to the hyperscale community.”
Scality is an industry leader in enterprise-class, petabyte-scale storage. The company was founded in 2009 to introduce a revolutionary software-defined storage platform that could easily manage exponential data growth, ensure high availability, deliver high performance and reduce operational cost. Scality’s award winning scale-out storage solution, the Scality RING, is based on patented object storage technology and operates seamlessly on any commodity server hardware. It delivers outstanding scalability and data persistence, while its end-to-end parallel architecture provides unsurpassed performance. Scality’s storage infrastructure integrates seamlessly with applications through standard storage protocols such as NFS, S3 API, and OpenStack as well as open source integration with Hadoop. In the past four years Scality has developed and deployed software storage solutions that deliver billions of files to more than one hundred million users daily with 100% availability. Scality’s customer list include four of the top ten cable operators in the US, the second largest Telco in France, leading portals in Italy, Germany, and UK, and mobile operators in Japan. For more information, follow @Scality on Twitter - See more at: http://www.scality.com.
About Dailymotion: Visit http://www.dailymotion.com.