sponsored by IBM
Posted:  01 Nov 2013
Published:  31 Dec 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  6  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English

While providing digital content for 130 platforms worldwide, The Ultimate Fighting Championship faced the dilemma of operating a robust video production facility with massive amounts of data that created I/O intensive transcoding. With the impact of a heavy transcoding load taking a toll UFC’s operations, bottlenecks were encompassing their disk storage arrays. The UFC needed a cost effective approach that could alleviate disk storage capacity and eliminate these bottlenecks.

Access this case study to discover how the Ultimate Fighting Championship implemented a non-disruptive flash storage technology within a day to eradicate video production bottlenecks. Take a look now to reveal key benefits they now enjoy including:

  • Reduced time for transcoding jobs by up to 70 percent
  • Reduced load on disk storage that was impacting other operations by 40 percent
  • Eliminated bottlenecks
  • And more

Data Management | Fibre Channel SAN | Flash Memory | Hard Disk Drives | SAN | Solid State Disks | Solid State Storage | Storage Capacity | Storage Efficiency | Storage Infrastructure | Storage Management | Storage Optimization

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