Site replication gives SiriusXM, and other large users new ways to operate from multiple locations; new features benefit all Zetta users
Disaster recovery and relief is an increasingly important priority for stations and clusters of all sizes. Adding cloud-based recovery to RCS Zetta’s existing site replication functionality gives stations more options for staying on the air in even the worst circumstances. It can even allow stations to keep broadcasting with updated programming when studios aren’t available at all.
Whether it’s a corporate mandate or a local priority, planning out a strategy for smooth recovery from a disaster is an essential element of modern broadcast facility design. Until now, that has required broadcasters to build out their own emergency facilities, replicating their regular studios at alternate locations and managing backups of their critical systems. As more and more of the broadcast environment goes virtual, that model is changing. For the first time, RCS Zetta is offering a cloud-based solution that allows broadcasters to continue operations remotely even without their own disaster recovery facilities.