The Fuji Film Museum & Shop displays a multitude of images by acclaimed professional photographers, as well as works submitted from competitions and from the general public. By transforming its museum into a publicly-accessible website, Fuji Film enables visitors to access its vast collection of photography from anywhere in the world for purchase and distribution. With Isilon clustered storage, Fuji Film has consolidated its massive library of digital images onto one, easily scalable, easy-to-use storage system, eliminating disparate silos of information and maintaining the highest levels of reliability and performance in content access.
"As the Internet continues to be a driving force in the distribution and consumption of media, innovative companies are maximizing the economies of scale available through the worldwide web to advance their businesses," said Steve Fitz, Senior Vice President Worldwide Field Operations, Isilon Systems. "Fuji Film’s Museum and Shop is a perfect example of how businesses can leverage the Internet to distribute more media — and reach more consumers — than ever before."
Powered by OneFS(R), Isilon IQ delivers the industry’s first single file system that unifies and provides instant and ubiquitous access to the rapidly growing stores of unstructured data digital content, eliminating the cost and complexity barriers of traditional storage architectures. OneFS is a unified operating system software layer that powers all of Isilon’s award-winning family of IQ clustered storage systems, including the Isilon IQ 200, 1920, 3000, 6000, 9000, 12000, Accelerator, and EX 6000, 9000 and 12000. Isilon also provides a robust suite of software applications including SnapshotIQ(TM), SmartConnect(TM), SmartQuotas(TM), MigrationIQ(TM), and SyncIQ(R) that leverage OneFS and clustered storage, providing the highest levels of data protection and automated data management. [August 1, 2008]
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