Adlink Upgrades

  • October 29, 2003
Adlink has enhanced its operation systems with a clustered headquarter server, the first of its kind in the interconnect industry. The upgrade, which employs nCUBE's software on a Unix operating system, is designed to better protect Adlink's scheduling and ad-insertion data. "We are always looking for ways to improve our efficiencies," said vice president, information systems Paul Jaffe in a press release. "Making our systems highly available and fault tolerant is the goal for all our enterprise systems." Adlink traffics an average of 100,000 spots a day, more than every broadcast station in the country's top 20 markets combined. It boasts 44 networks, 80 headends and 94 zones
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