Audio Video on Demand (AVOD) systems allows users to access the video or audio content on demand.
A high availability storage solution with large capacity, high performance, and controller redundancy.
Most airlines are offering comprehensive in-flight entertainment services to impress passengers on their facility and service. The individually-controlled video screens usually embedded in seatbacks or armrests or via portable media players. Behind jet cabinet, an Audio Video on Demand (AVOD) systems normally installed with a storage subsystem that restore multi-media contents such as music, movies, games, and in-flight information, to allow users to access the digital content on demand. Some other similar applications like “AV Learning conference”, “IPTV”, “KTV” are quite popular worldwide.
This type of application either stream content through a set-top box, allowing viewing in real time, or download it to a device such as a computer, digital video recorder, personal video recorder or portable media player for viewing at any time. Airline AVOD systems offer passengers the flexibility to select specific stored video or audio content and play on demand including pause, fast forward, and rewind.
They are in needs with storage solutions which are able to provide high performance and high redundancy to support above functionality at 7 x 24 tasks without any interruption; Arena SS-8802R RAID System with dual 12Gbs bandwidth mini SAS port per controller, support up to 24 SAS/ SATA II hot-swap disk module, dual redundant Controller architecture for full failover, would be the best solutions for above applications.
|Feature Highlight||Equipments Used In Topology|
|- Simplified usability and access||- Arena SAS 4U 24bays RAID System x1 (SS-8802R)|
|- Full redundancy on controllers, fans, HDDs, P/S||- Video Server x2|
|- Enhanced data production through Embedded Snapshot||-SAS HBA installed into the Video SErver|
• In-flight entertainment AVOD
• MOD (Multimedia On Demand)
• Library COD (Content on Demand)
• Audio Visual conference room