Arroyo gets 10-GigE with it

March 2005
CED;Mar2005, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p8
Trade Publication
This article reports that video server startup Arroyo Video Solutions Inc. has moved ahead with a platform that supports native 10-Gigabit Ethernet broadband networks and can push out up to 5,000 standard-def video streams per 5-RU server. Support for 10-Gig networks and the additional streaming capacity will position Arroyo to meet the demands of expanded video-on-demand libraries, higher usage patterns and HDTV-on-demand services, explained David Yates, Arroyo's vice president of marketing and business development.


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