MINNEAPOLIS -- Ciprico Inc. (NASDAQ:CPCI), a leading provider of intelligent storage software, solutions and appliances, has been selected by Drastic Technologies and Digitalvideo Computing (DVC) to provide its MediaVault 4210 storage array for DVCs ClipRecorder XTrem 2K Digital Disk Recorder and workstation. The selection has resulted in an OEM agreement with the two companies, as Digitalvideo Computing serves as Drastics manufacturing representative and master distributor in Europe.
Cipricos dual channel, 4 Gb Fibre Channel 4210 RAID array will provide high performance and high capacity storage for DVCs flagship ClipRecorder workstation, targeted at HD and 2K and 4K Digital Intermediate applications. The powerhouse combination is ideal for applications requiring sustained throughput performance and high availability like HD encoding for HD and BlueRay DVD; HD broadcasting; HD presentations & visualization; and 2K and 4K Digital Intermediate processing, editing and grading. DVCs ClipRecorder is based on Drastics software technology.
Drastics software provides Digital Disk Recorder (DDR) functionality for DVCs ClipRecorder as well as Drastics third generation "New Titans" Series DDRs. The production proven software provides direct integration with VTR serial RS-422, server serial protocols and universal network interfaces. These real world interfaces, along with multi headed editing, media management and a complete software media translation system, provide seamless access to the most complete digital intermediate interface available.
Cipricos MediaVault 4210 arrays deliver industry leading bandwidth, capacity and performance capable of handling Drastics most demanding applications, said James Brooks, VVW Development Manager for Drastic Technologies. The high-performance, interoperability and throughput capabilities enabled by Cipricos MediaVault are crucial for uncompressed SD, HD, 2K and 4K film resolution capture, as well as delivery. This in effect not only benefits Drastic, but also our European partner, Digitalvideo Computing, and their ClipRecorder workstation.