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Echostreams FlacheSAN2 2U 48 SSD server has been highlighted in SC14 - Caltech Network Team within the Caltech HEP group: Intelligent Software Driven Dynamic Hybrid Networks With Terabit/sec Science Data Flows

For Release, Sunday Nov 23 2014
Intelligent Software Driven Dynamic Hybrid Networks With Terabit/sec Science Data Flows
 
Caltech Network Team within the Caltech HEP group: Intelligent Software Driven Dynamic Hybrid Networks With Terabit/sec Science Data Flows 
New Orleans, Supercomputing 2014—Intelligent Software Driven Dynamic Hybrid Networks With Terabit/sec Science Data Flows
During Supercomputing 2014 (SC14) in New Orleans, Caltech Network Team within the Caltech HEP group performed a set of state of the art demonstrations entitled Intelligent Software Driven Dynamic Hybrid Networks With Terabit/sec Science Data Flows. “These tests signify the emergence of a new networking paradigm where the management of multilayer terascale networks is driven by semi-autonomous intelligent software systems, operating on an unprecedented scale with a new level of efficiency and control.” Said Professor Harvey Newman of Caltech who leads the team. “We use the Large Hadron Collider physics program to prototype these tests: it is the source of the biggest scientific data today and the physics requirements keep stretching network and storage architectures,” said Professor Maria Spiropulu at the Caltech booth on the SC14 exhibit floor.

Demonstration Setup 
The on-floor SC14 Terascale Network formed an optical triangle among the Caltech, the International Center for Advanced Internet Research (iCAIR) and Vanderbilt University booths. It was also connected locally through a dark fiber to the University of Michigan booth. The layer 1 (optical) network was provided by Padtec through the use of three reconfigurable optical add-drop multiplexers (ROADMs) driven with software developed by a team from UNICAMP (Campinas), and the layer 2 (switching) network was provided by Brocade and Extreme Networks through the use of OpenFlow-capable network switches with many 100G and 40G connections, and a Software Defined Network (SDN) controller developed at Caltech, based on the OpenDaylight framework. The high density processing and storage systems supporting the highest throughput included Echostreams servers equipped with processors from Intel, 40GE network interfaces from Mellanox, and solid state disks from Seagate and Intel, as well as Dell Servers equipped with FusionIO solid state storage, and systems from SGI. 

The monitoring and control of the system at both Layer 1 and 2 was coordinated through the use of Caltech’s MonALISA system, and the very high throughput was achieved through the use of Caltech’s Fast Data Transfer open source TCP application. 

The setup at the Caltech booth with more than 1 Terabit/sec of on-floor capacity and four 100G wide area connections, sustained 1.5 Terabits/sec of throughput during an initial memory-to-memory trial and reached its main goal of 1.0 Terabits/sec between storage and memory, including up to 400 Gigabit/sec over the wide area networks linking the conference in New Orleans to Caltech, CERN, Victoria, Michigan, and San Paulo, on the final day of the exhibit. The latest generation servers and networks deployed at SC14 and over the wide area represented a prototype of a state of the art global-scale autonomous network system, and a faithful representation of the global operations and cooperation that is inherent in global science programs handling hundreds of petabytes per year, such as the high energy physics experiments at the LHC. “Our setup encapsulates a new concept of Consistent Integrated Operations that reaps the benefits of major network development, network tools and systems, and integrates these with the mainstream data operations of the science program” said Professor Newman. The Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) experiment has started to use dynamic circuits to manage worldwide data transfers, and the ATLAS experiment similarly makes strategic use of the network in distributed processing and data analysis. 

“This is a set of groundbreaking technical achievements that we have been working towards for some time now -- the capabilities for the LHC program, and scientific computing are dramatically enhanced ” said Artur Barczyk, Senior Science Network Researcher of theCaltech Network Team within the Caltech HEP group.

In 2015 the team will further integrate network awareness and strategic network use to support data analysis by thousands of physicists who access data remotely with local caching, generating a large set of small flows with an entirely different traffic pattern in time. Building on its close relationship with the former Center for Advanced Computing Research in 1996 - 2014, the team will from now on work closely with Caltech’s recently launched Center for Data Driven Discovery http://cd3.caltech.edu/index.html on strategic data operations, and associated big data analytics. 

From the network point of view, the software defined network (SDN) controller operations at this year's demonstrations mark a watershed in terms of coordinated operations among the network providers and the major science users. By limiting the aggregate set of flow allocations to a "high water mark", monitoring the flows and capacity in real-time, and varying the mark as needed to adapt to changing conditions, the science programs and network providers will be 
able to operate the network infrastructures at high throughput levels without saturation, and avoid the destruction of competing traffic. 

The methods, tools and systems we are demonstrating this year represent a major step on the way towards meeting the challenges of the future machine-to-machine communication-dominated world envisaged in the Internet of Things, with billions of data sources and sinks, and the multi-Petabyte to Exabyte scale data operations of the future High Luminosity LHC and the Square Kilometer Array, to mention two of the biggest science data projects planned in the next decade. 
“We are looking forward to continuing the ambitious development trajectory and meet the future challenges with the science, network, and corporate partners” said Professor Sergio Novaes of Sao Paulo State University, who collaborated with the Caltech group in the SC14 network challenge with his team. 

The Caltech and Partner Teams 
Founded in 1984, and working in support of the LHC program since 1994, the Caltech Network Team within the Caltech HEP groupis a worldwide leader in scientific network development, production, and operations. The Caltech team is collaborating with university teams from Michigan, UT Arlington, Vanderbilt, Victoria in Canada, UNICAMP and the State University of Sao Paulo in Brazil, and laboratory groups engaged in network development from the DOE’s Lawrence

Berkeley Lab, Fermilab, and Brookhaven National Lab. The team is working with many network partners as well, including DOE’s ESnet, Internet2, CENIC, Florida Lambda Rail, MiLR and other leading US regional networks, BCNET in Canada, leading exchange points including Starlight, AmLight, NetherLight, and CERNLight, along with GEANT, SURFNet and other European research and education networks, as well as the RNP national network and the ANSP (Sao Paulo) regional network in Brazil, on novel network system development and optimization projects focused on LHC and related applications for the last 15+ years. 

This year’s demonstrations were made possible in part by support from the U.S. National Science Foundation Directorate for Computing and Information Science, the U.S. Department of Energy Offices of High Energy Physics and Advanced Scientific Computing, Cisco Research, and the funding agencies of the international partners in Canada and Brazil. 

The SC2014 demonstrations also were made possible through Century Link and Wilcon’s provisioning of multiple wide area 100G links to SC2014, including a dedicated 100G link between CENIC and the Caltech campus, and the new transatlantic 200G ring provided by the ANA-200 consortium. Rapid setup of the networks was facilitated through test and measurement equipment from Spirent. 
 
For more information, press only:
Caltech Media Relations Deborah Williams-Hedges Senior Media Relations Representative (626) 395-3227 debwms@caltech.edu
For more information on Intelligent Software Driven Dynamic Hybrid Networks With Terabit/sec Science Data Flows:
Team Lead and Contact: Harvey Newman, (626)-395-6656, newman@hep.caltech.edu
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ESnet www.es.net
Fermilab www.fnal.gov
Brookhaven National Lab www.bnl.gov Lawrence Berkeley Nat’l Lab www.lbl.gov
CERN www.cern.ch
Internet2 www.internet2.edu
CENIC www.cenic.org
SURFNet www.surf.nl/en/about-surf/subsidiaries/surfnet
BCNET www.bc.net
Padtec www.padtec.com.br
RNP www.rnp.br
ANSP www.ansp.br
Extreme Networks www.extremenetworks.com
Brocade Networks www.brocade.com
CenturyLink www.centurylink.com
Wilcon www.wilcon.com
EchoStreams www.echostreams.com
Intel www.intel.com
Mellanox www.mellanox.com
Spirent www.spirent.com
Starlight www.startap.net/starlight/
Manlan noc.manlan.internet2.edu/
AmLight www.amlight.net
CERNLight cernlight.web.cern.ch/cernlight/



 

Echostreams Partners with WD® and Storiant™ to Deliver a Purpose-Built, Long-Term Storage Solution at Supercomputing 2014, Booth #959, in New Orleans

       Company showcases a 4U ultra-density SAS JBOD with 96x 3.5” cold-swappable WD® Ae datacenter archive HDDs and powered by the Storiant™ Object Storage software, as the ultimate archival storage platform for datacenters

SC14

CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif.--()--Echostreams Innovative Solutions, LLC. today announced the availability of eDrawer4096J, the highest density storage enclosure on the market today, 24x tool-less-removable 3.5” HDD bays per U density, designed with Storiant's long-term storage attributes such as optimized RVI protections, power management and metering, as well as supporting 12VDC input from in-rack power shelves.

“The unique and innovative combination of Echostreams’ eDrawer4096J, WD’s Ae datacenter archive HDD and our storage solution provides data center customers with an archival solution that is cost effective, high-performance and key to any long-term data strategy – especially in today’s Big Data world.”

”Modern datacenters are rapidly evolving, with cold storage becoming a critical and large component of the overall web-scale strategy,” said Matt Rutledge, senior vice president and general manager, storage technology, WD. “The energy-efficient WD Ae drives enable an archive storage tier in large-scale cloud infrastructures. We commend Echostreams, a long-time WD collaborator, for recognizing the market need, acutely focusing on developing the right solutions and delivering those to market.”

“Our software is built to deliver long-term storage that is both scalable and affordable – and we worked closely with Echostreams to make this an ideal enclosure that takes advantage of our full range of features,” said Jeff Flowers, CEO of Storiant. “The unique and innovative combination of Echostreams’ eDrawer4096J, WD's Ae datacenter archive HDD and our storage solution provides data center customers with an archival solution that is cost effective, high-performance and key to any long-term data strategy – especially in today's Big Data world.”

“There are many so-called cold-storage solutions out there, but none with specific features designed just for cold-storage usage model like our one-of-a-kind eDrawer4096J,” said Gene Lee, President/CEO of Echostreams Innovative Solutions, LLC. “This platform was designed from the ground up to meet every requirement of a datacenter archival cold-storage solution. When equipped with WD's Ae datacenter archive HDD and managed by the object storage software by Storiant™, this solution is the most CapEx and OpEx-optimized solution available today. It is the ultimate archival storage solution for HPC datacenters.”

About Echostreams

Echostreams Innovative Solutions LLC is a US based white-box OEM/ODM solution platforms provider, committed to turn creative ideas into purpose-built innovative and disruptive solutions. Echostreams partners with technology leaders and solution integrators to offer purpose-built solutions to companies who are supporting the world’s IT Infrastructures. Echostreams’ solution platforms can be found on www.echostreams.com, and fully integrated turnkey solutions can be OEM’ed through Premio, www.premioinc.com, Avnet Embedded Solutions, Racklive and other quality integrators and value-add distributors.

Also exhibited at SC2014 are Echostreams’ FlacheStreams™ high-density all-flash array platforms FlacheSAN1 and FlacheSAN2, ScaleStreams™ high-density Warm and Cold Storage platforms eDrawer4060J and eDrawer4096J, GridStreams™ high-density computing platform GS2402 and other redundant platforms under the DuraStreams™ family such as DSS212 and DSS320.

Contacts

Echostreams Innovative Solutions, LLC
Andy Lee
Director of Product Marketing
626-363-9211 Ext. 110

andy.lee@echostreams.com


Echostreams Collaborates with Mellanox and HGST to Deliver True End-to-End 12Gb/s SAS High-Availability Solutions at Supercomputing 2014, Booth #959, in New Orleans

       Company showcases a 2U high-availability 12Gb/s SAS redundant server with the latest HGST Ultrastar® SSD1600MR 12Gb/s SAS SSDs and FDR 56Gb/s InfiniBand as a high-performance tier-zero storage appliance building block for OEMs.

SC14

CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif.--()--Echostreams Innovative Solutions, LLC. today announced the availability of the long-awaited Griffin2-24 high-performance high-availability flash server for early customer sampling. Based on the latest Intel® Grantley platform supporting dual E5-2600v3 Haswell processors, Mellanox® Technologies ConnectX®-3 FDR 56Gb/s InfiniBand adapter cards and 12Gb/s SAS connectivity, this all-flash redundant server is the most powerful Cluster-in-a-Box solution on the market today.

“High performance computing requires affordable, robust, fault-resilient storage that captures data as fast as it’s being generated, and this does not have to be done with expensive and hard-to-manage Storage Area Networks”

“Improving data center efficiency requires state-of-the-art interconnect technologies that will minimize the access time to storage,” said Motti Beck, director Enterprise Market Development at Mellanox Technologies. “We are pleased to see Echostreams among the companies that have recognized this need and to enable higher number of transactions per second by integrating our InfiniBand adapter solutions in their Griffin2-24 storage appliance.”

“HGST leads the industry in SAS SSDs, which continue to be the preferred storage building blocks for a large variety of server and storage systems that support a growing set of data-intensive enterprise applications,” said Ulrich Hansen, vice president of SSD product marketing, HGST. “As cloud and enterprise customers implement solutions to meet a variety of storage needs, SAS SSDs and HDDs will increasingly be deployed in tiered pools of storage based on respective TCO strengths. Integrated with our enterprise-class SAS SSDs, we believe Echostreams’ Griffin2-24 delivers a true, end-to-end solution that is highly available and easy to deploy.”

“High performance computing requires affordable, robust, fault-resilient storage that captures data as fast as it’s being generated, and this does not have to be done with expensive and hard-to-manage Storage Area Networks,” said Gene Lee, president/CEO of Echostreams Innovative Solutions. “Our Girffin2-24 12Gb/s SAS high-performance redundant flash server is equipped with dual E5-2600v3 Intel Haswell processors, Mellanox FDR InfiniBand fabric adapters, bundled with HGST’s latest Ultrastar SSD1600MR eMLC grade 12Gb/s SAS SSDs and finally powered by with Microsoft Server 2012 R2’s Storage Spaces SMB 3.0 over InfiniBand. This redundant tier-zero IB storage platform offers the unbeatable value for solution providers and OEMs servicing the HPC community. For tier-1 storage the eDrawer4060J 12G dual-expander JBOD with 60 HGST 3.5-inch 7,200RPM high-capacity SAS HDDs can be attached to the Griffin2-24 offering more than half-a-petabyte of tiered storage.”

About Echostreams

Echostreams Innovative Solutions LLC is a US based white-box OEM/ODM solution platforms provider, committed to turn creative ideas into problem-solving innovative solutions. Echostreams partners with technology leaders and solution integrators to offer purpose-built solutions to companies who are supporting the world’s IT Infrastructures. Echostreams’ solution platforms can be found on www.echostreams.com, and fully integrated turnkey solutions can be OEM’ed through Premio, www.premioinc.com, Avnet Embedded Solutions, Racklive and other quality integrators and value-add distributors.

Also exhibited at SC2014 are Echostreams’ FlacheStreams™ high-density all-flash array platforms FlacheSAN1 and FlacheSAN2, ScaleStreams™ high-density Warm and Cold Storage platforms eDrawer4060J and eDrawer4096J, GridStreams™ high-density computing platform GS2402 and other redundant platforms under the DuraStreams™ family such as DSS212 and DSS320.

One GB is equal to one billion bytes, and one TB equals 1,000 GB (one trillion bytes). Actual capacity will vary depending on operating environment and formatting.

Ultrastar is a registered trademark of HGST, Inc. and its affiliates in the United States and/or other countries. All other trademarks are properties of their respective owners.

 

Contacts

Echostreams Innovative Solutions, LLC
Andy Lee
Director of Product Marketing
626-363-9211 Ext. 110

andy.lee@echostreams.com


Echostreams and Orange Silicon Valley to Demonstrate Remote I/O Large Volume Data at SC14 in New Orleans

SC14

NEW ORLEANS--()--Echostreams Innovative Solutions, LLC. is collaborating with Orange Silicon Valley and the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) to accomplish a demonstration of all-SSD-flash storage solution FlacheSAN2 for high-performance-computing at the IEEE’s Supercomputing 2014 Conference (SC14), transmitting 24 streams of uncompressed 4K (UHD) data streams saturating100Gbps Wide Area Network (WAN) connections.

“Our FlacheSAN2 solution provides users twice the storage capacity and twice the performance while able to maintain less CapEx and OpEx costs compare to any competing solution.”

Many High Performance Computing (HPC) systems from research labs around the world are able to crunch data of many petabytes. However the limited bandwidth of existing storage servers can cripple performance and all those compute processing resources go to waste. Echostreams’ FlacheSAN2 is able to deliver data throughput of 160Gbps over four 56Gbps InfiniBand or 40Gbps Ethernet network interfaces. This capability is all provided in 2RU density with minimal power consumption of 450W.

Coast-to-coast Remote I/O demo planned to show efficient on-the-fly processing and delivery of large volume data over intercontinental distances without bulk data transfers and with flexible distribution of the work load across the network and compute resources. Data from a FlacheSAN2 system serving as a WAN Transfer Node in Oakland will move to StarLight in Chicago for optional video processing and continue to New Orleans by way of New York City. The network distance is comparable to trans-Pacific connections. Another FlacheSAN2 system will originate a second 100Gbps data flow from SC14 in New Orleans with optional processing at NRL in Washington, DC. The pipeline processing application controls the dynamic arrangement of the processing and options for rearrangement of network data flows using SDN mechanisms.

ESNet, StarLight, CenturyLink, and NASA and several network equipment vendors have provided the network resources for this demo. This demonstration was organized as part of the National Information Technology Research and Development’s (NITR&D) Big Data National 100 Gbps Demonstrations at SC14.

These demonstrations will show the capability for dynamically deploying a production quality 4K video workflow across a nationally distributed set of storage and computing resources in a way that is relevant to emerging complex data processing challenges. 4K video (also known as Ultra High Definition TV) refers to data servicing display devices that have horizontal resolution on the order of 4,000 pixels. A sampling of these video streams will be displayed in the Laboratory for Advanced Computing/Open Cloud Consortium booth at SC14 (booth 1639).

“Storage used to be the bottleneck in supercomputing environment and being neglected due to limitation of rotating drives’ performance. With flash SSD technology maturing and the abundance of I/O bandwidth offered by the Intel Xeon server platforms, we are able to create unique and purpose-built solutions to improve and push the storage performance envelope to a new high. FlacheSAN2 solution is designed utilizing off-the-shelves commodity parts with our unique design even lower the initial capital expenditure,” said Gene Lee, President and CEO of Echostreams Innovative Solutions. “Our FlacheSAN2 solution provides users twice the storage capacity and twice the performance while able to maintain less CapEx and OpEx costs compare to any competing solution.”

About Echostreams

Echostreams Innovative Solutions LLC is a US based white-box OEM/ODM solution platforms provider, committed to turn creative ideas into problem-solving innovative products. Echostreams partners with technology leaders and solution integrators to offer purpose-built solutions to companies who are supporting the world’s IT Infrastructures. Echostreams’ products can be found on www.echostreams.com, and fully integrated FlacheSAN2 solutions are can be OEM’ed through quality integrators and value-add distributors listed at www.echostreams.com.

Echostreams and FlacheSAN2™ are registered trademarks of Echostreams Innovative Solutions LLC. All other names and trademarks are properties of their respective owners.

About Orange

Orange is one of the world’s leading telecommunications operators with sales of 41 billion euros in 2013 and has 164,000 employees worldwide at 31 March 2014, including 101,000 employees in France. Present in 30 countries, the Group has a total customer base of more than 239 million customers at 31 March 2014, including 182 million mobile customers and 16 million fixed broadband customers worldwide. Orange is also a leading provider of global IT and telecommunication services to multinational companies, under the brand Orange Business Services.

Orange is listed on the NYSE Euronext Paris (symbol ORA) and on the New York Stock Exchange (symbol ORAN).

For more information on the internet and on your mobile: www.orange.com , www.orange-business.com, livetv.orange.com or to follow us on Twitter: @orange, @orangegrouppr, @orangebusiness.

Orange and any other Orange product or service names included in this material are trade marks of Orange Brand Services Limited.

Contacts

Echostreams Innovative Solutions, LLC
Andy Lee
Director of Product Marketing
626-363-9211 Ext. 110

andy.lee@echostreams.com


Reneo, Orange Silicon Valley and Echostreams Showcase the Future of Hyper-Efficient General Purpose Computational Storage Cluster

SC14

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.--()--Today, Silicon Valley based stealth mode start-up, Reneo, with its partner, Orange Silicon Valley, a wholly owned innovation subsidiary of global telecommunications operator Orange, and Echostreams, an OEM/ODM solution platform provider, is reinventing data processing with a low power cluster at SuperComputing 2014, Booth# 959. The demonstration, based on a scalable architecture, uses 96 NVIDIA Jetson TK1 dev kits, powered by the NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor with 192 CUDA cores.

“Having the ability to deploy a computational storage appliance at the edge of our networks as well as in our data centers gives us the ability to maximize resource utilization across our core telecom and IT assets”

The team has created a self-contained computational storage cluster capable of executing deep learning and image classification algorithms in near real time, while delivering the highest general purpose performance per watt.

Built on the same NVIDIA Kepler® GPU architecture that powers the world’s fastest supercomputers, Tegra K1 delivers 192 fully programmable CUDA cores for advanced graphics and compute performance.

“Reneo’s goal is to enable the most seamless integration between concepts on one hand and computation result on the other. Our solution is already running on common HPC environments, and is currently deployed in several locations, processing terabytes of data on a daily basis. But we are aiming for something far more ambitious by enabling the next generation storage appliances that are capable of deriving knowledge in near real time thanks to embedded networking and HPC capabilities,” says Minesh B. Amin, CEO and Founder of Reneo.

The cluster can easily process one terabyte of data in under 6 minutes. This performance is made possible by a robust parallel runtime environment and a hardware stack made up of 96 terabytes of POSIX compliant parallel storage, 30 TFLOPS of peak computing capability, and has a cross-section bandwidth of 96 Gbs. Furthermore, by connecting the cluster to Echostreams’ FlacheSAN1L storage, image data can be exchanged at a rate of 40 Gbps, while ensuring that total power consumed is limited to 1400 Watts.

“Having the ability to deploy a computational storage appliance at the edge of our networks as well as in our data centers gives us the ability to maximize resource utilization across our core telecom and IT assets,” said Jérome Laudouar, VP, IT Infrastructure Technologies & Engineering of Orange.

Echostreams is collaborating with Reno and Orange Silicon Valley to investigate ways by which to leverage the concepts behind the cluster for enterprise grade computational storage appliances with built-in deep learning capabilities.

“When you have high efficient computing cluster solutions from Reneo and Orange combining with EchoStreams’ high performance storage solutions, one can imagine the convergence of the storage and compute technologies opening many possibilities in the near future. EchoStreams is committed to provide a unique platform for this convergence together with Orange and Reneo,” said Andy Lee, director of Product Marketing at EchoStreams.

“The CUDA cores in the Tegra K1 processor provide a very low-power platform to deploy this computational storage appliance,” said Doug MacMillan, Director, WW Mobile & Embedded Marketing at NVIDIA. “Orange Silicon Valley and Reneo’s SC14 cluster demo harnesses the compute power of Jetson TK1 to process massive volumes of data with incredible performance efficiency.”

About Reneo

Reneo’s platform, based on patented technology, provides solutions for compute, scheduling and storage, via a unique cohesive stack that integrates Software-Defined Parallelism, Queue and L1 Storage. With solution offerings that cover the entire inspiration-to-result lifecycle, Reneo allows customers to prototype, explore and solve problems at the speed of thought on any laptop, cluster or cloud.

About Orange

Orange is one of the world’s leading telecommunications operators with sales of 41 billion euros in 2013 and 159,000 employees worldwide at 30 September 2014, including 99,800 employees in France. Present in 30 countries, the Group has a total customer base of 240 million customers worldwide at 30 September 2014, including 182 million mobile customers and 16 million fixed broadband customers. Orange is also a leading provider of global IT and telecommunication services to multinational companies, under the brand Orange Business Services.

Orange is listed on the NYSE Euronext Paris (symbol ORA) and on the New York Stock Exchange (symbol ORAN).

For more information on the internet and on your mobile: www.orange.com, www.orange-business.com, www.livetv.orange.com or to follow us on Twitter: @orangegrouppr.

Orange and any other Orange product or service names included in this material are trademarks of Orange or Orange Brand Services Limited.

About Echostreams

Echostreams Innovative Solutions LLC is a US based white-box OEM/ODM solution platforms provider, committed to turn creative ideas into problem-solving innovative solutions. Echostreams partners with technology leaders and solution integrators to offer purpose-built solutions to companies who are supporting the world’s IT Infrastructures. Echostreams’ solution platforms can be found on www.echostreams.com, and fully integrated turnkey solutions can be OEM’ed through quality integrators and value-add distributors listed on EchoStreams’ website.

Contacts

Echostreams
Andy Lee, 626-363-9211

andy.lee@echostreams.com