Verona Media Storage

The Media Storage system is a complex of video-archive storage and high-speed indexes. In addition to the media, the storage can contain data analytics, image previews, metadata, as well as subtitles and annotations. With VEBuS technology, storage can be distributed geographically or locally for faster delivery of content. Indexes are specially designed to store video broadcasts and accelerate video searching, as well as reduce the number of hits on the disk. The search has the algorithmic complexity of O(1).
Verona Index Storage

VIS is the technology for storage and fast access to video on demand (VOD).

The complexity of the search algorithm is O(1), which is extremely fast. It stores collected video analytics data, timestamps and video clips, which allows for instant searching through a vast array of data.

For example: it takes less than one second to find a video clip in a 5-year archive.

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Verona Circular Index File System
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VCIFS is the file system for block devices. It is an expansion of the VIS idea in the form of a file system.

VCIFS eliminates fragmentation and reduces wear-out of the hard disk head. It instantly provides numerous users with access to the video archive. It's resistant to physical damage to the carrier.