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Fusion-io selected by inFrame Designs. Fusion-io (FIO) announced that InFrame Designs, provider of custom-built media servers to accelerate playback of video at live media events, has deployed Fusion's ioMemory technology in its appliances to reduce latency by up to 100 times when compared to InFrame's previous architecture. The InFrame Vixen media servers are designed for real-time, on-demand compositing of multiple raw video input sources. With rendering of live video at events surpassing 80GB the Fusion-io microsecond latency was key to improving inFrames' creative capabilities. "The extremely low latency of the Fusion-io technology has allowed us to access the essential early frames of video that were previously lost in the compositing process because of the lag-time associated with shared storage technology," said Alex Nadon, President and Founder of InFrame Designs. "By deploying Fusion-io, we were able to improve our production values and deliver better content to our media partners at a much lower cost, while also using less physical space on site. With Fusion-io, we can deliver incredible content to our broadcast customers in near real time to enrich the entertainment experiences of national audiences."