Storage Computer Corp, a leading worldwide provider of high-performance storage and media delivery systems, has been selected to provide high-speed data transfer and data warehousing at three major airports in Taiwan.
According to a Business Wire online report, Storage Computer will install five CyberUltra systems with a total capacity of up to six terabytes, initially to support high-speed data transfer and data warehousing between the three major airports in Taiwan.
The performance requirements developed by the Republic of China government explicitly call for guaranteed uptime, as well as maximized data throughput and data transfer.
Todd Vlegut, vice president of marketing at Storage Computer, said the ROC government "was very precise in its expectations. There can be no down time with these systems because it directly impacts the Immigration Department's ability to process inbound and outbound travelers. The systems can never go down and there is an incredibly high-volume of information required in this geographical area."
"I'm pleased to state we were able to demonstrate our reliability and our performance advantages in the face of intense competition," he added.
The CyberUltra systems are scalable to multi-terabyte capacities and can triple the performance of Taiwan's currently installed systems. The continually increasing volume of data traffic, which reflects the continuing increase in airport traffic, requires an inherently flexible system capable of scaling to meet demand effortlessly.
The systems will be installed and maintained by Taiwan Electric Data Processing Corp (TEDPC), Storage Computer's distribution partner in Taiwan. ; is a leading systems integrator in the region with strong ties to the medical imaging industry.