Concurrent storage selected for timeshift TV at Leucom in SwitzerlandTuesday, May 23rd, 2017
Concurrent Aquari Storage Selected to Deliver Content to Time-Shift TV at Leucom in Switzerland
ATLANTA — Concurrent, (NASDAQ: CCUR), a global leader in storage, protection, transformation, and delivery of visual assets, today announced the deployment of its Aquari™ Storage system at Leucom Stafag AG, a Switzerland-based telecommunications provider of high performance broadband access for 30 thousand customers in the Frauenfeld area of northeast Switzerland.
Leucom delivers phone, internet and TV services to both private and business customers. To provide an enhanced subscriber experience, Leucom has developed an OTT / multiscreen offering that enables 7-day “Catchup TV”, VOD and nPVR services for their premium users.
“Our high-quality service, which includes the best German-speaking premium movies and more than 250 live channels, will be delivered on the new OTT / multiscreen platform beginning in 2017,” said Markus Schlatter, CEO and President of the board of Leucom AG. “We chose to partner with Concurrent to supply our high-performance storage because their technology ensures the security and reliability of our premium content.”
Concurrent Aquari Storage is a modern, intelligent storage system that features simultaneous support for multiple file- or object-based workloads. Built on a true scale-out architecture, Aquari Storage seamlessly and independently scales throughput and capacity. This translates into increased flexibility and scalability to better manage growing visual media assets and the applications that process them.
“For modern operators like Leucom, it is essential that their premium content across all customer devices is stored in a way that is simple to deploy, fast to integrate and effortless to scale,” said Clay McCreery, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales and Service at Concurrent. “We are pleased that Aquari is trusted by Leucom to ensure a consistent, high-quality experience for their customers.”