- Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) - Backup & Recovery
- Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) - Cloud Computing
- National Security & Defense
- Search & Rescue
- Tamper Detection
Chunghwa Telecom wanted to create a complete disaster recovery solution for its IPTV and OTT networks, with multiple layers of geographic redundancy.
Chunghwa Telecom Co., Ltd.
About The Customer
Chunghwa Telecom is Taiwan's largest telecommunications company and one of the largest in Asia. They provide information and communication technology services to corporate customers and are expanding their cloud computing services.
The Verimatrix Global Services team implemented a comprehensive high-availability Oracle redundancy architecture and deployed a combination of VCAS for IPTV Wholesale/Retail and a custom solution to synchronize the OTT content and keys in real-time.
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