Making Video AliveSystem Built for Video Storage and Processing

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Smart Data management

  • Software defined storage
  • Scale up and scale out
  • Self healing
  • Service oriented
  • Easy deployment

High performance

  • High Concurrent Video Streams Processing
  • High throughput, low latency
  • Flash-oriented file system
  • High availability, plug & play

Cost Effective

  • Modular design, painless to upgrade on capacity and performance
  • Economical solution with competitive performance

Energy Saving

  • 10x power saving
  • Power efficient network processor
  • Ultra low power micro-nodes

Smart Data management

  • Software defined storage
  • Scale up and scale out
  • Self healing
  • Service oriented
  • Easy deployment

High performance

  • High Concurrent Video Streams Processing
  • High throughput, low latency
  • Flash-oriented file system
  • High availability, plug & play

Cost Effective

  • Modular design, painless to upgrade on capacity and performance
  • Economical solution with competitive performance

Energy Saving

  • 10x power saving
  • Power efficient network processor
  • Ultra low power micro-nodes

We take creativity and skills to the next level

Aupera Technologies is a technology innovator which builds intelligent computing and storage systems, with a focus on optimizing video data storage, processing and analytic applications. With our proprietary distributed computing and storage architecture, coupling with its acceleration engine, Aupera computing and storage system achieves flexible configuration and customer desired performance for dedicated applications.

 

NEWS: PPTV and Aupera ink collaboration

Vancouver-based Aupera’s specialty on optimizing video data storage, processing and analytic applications is expected to enable PPTV, a company wholly owned by Suning Media and Entertainment Group, to better serve its 400 million users, said Fu Gang, director of R&D for Suning Media and Entertainment and PPTV. The cooperation is expected to significantly enhance video processing efficiency, reduce energy consumption by 90 percent, and more than halve operation costs.

The collaboration between PPTV and Aupera was made possible through the efforts of Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson and his 15-company business delegation. Since Robertson became mayor of the city nine years ago, he has led four similar delegations to China, with three of them to Shanghai. Robertson said that he and Shanghai mayor Ying Yong signed a letter of intent a day earlier to enhance economic collaboration between the two cities.