IceWEB Unified Storage System Contracted by DOD

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Jul 27, 2011 | Print this Page
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IceWEB, Inc. (OTCBB: IWEB) has received a contract for a new deployment of multiple secure unified storage systems for an agency inside the Department of Defense. VideoBank, an IceWEB premier federal partner will deploy the storage systems to manage video, audio, still imagery, documents and ancillary digital content. According to PR Newswire, VideoBank’s DAM systems are gaining widespread acceptance throughout the Government as storage needs, security and the need to manage massive amounts of data grows.


"’By utilizing IceWEB's unique unified approach to storing and managing both structured and unstructured data on a 128 bit file system, VideoBank customers are able to optimize DAM systems to empower organizations to manage video, audio, still imagery, documents and other digital content all through one common interface. IceWEB's Unified Storage Systems provide VideoBank's DAM customers with the storage and data management facilities required to handle extremely large amounts of digital data. DAM products can ingest, log, index, archive, display and distribute any type of digital file; making them ideal for large government and corporate archives with complex workflow requirements,’ stated Tim McNamee, Vice President of Federal Channels.”

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