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Miracle Channel is in urgent need of a new server to store its programs. The present server is completely full, and the new server must be purchased immediately.
In the transition from television programs stored on tapes to digital files, the need for a server with a large storing capacity is imminent. All the programs on Miracle Channel now come from a digital file, in contrast to a few years back when a tape was physically injected in a machine and played out. The conversion to present day technology calls for a server with a large storing capacity. The server becomes a digital library with both past, present and future programs, including promos, movies, music videos and all that it takes to make a 24 hour channel 7 days a week.
– Today we have a SAN solution (Nexsan Satabeast) with limited capacity. We have already begun to offload files from the San to other external disks. What we are in urgent need off is to replace half of the disks with larger disks so the digital storage space will increase, explains one of our technicians.
-Secondly we also need a place to put the files when we shall replace the disks, and we also need a backup like the ones from Nextron. (www.nextron.no), says our technician.
The cost of this new server comes to 30 000 euro. Please join us in prayer for this need, and please also consider if you are able to help Miracle Channel with a gift towards this need. By supporting our channel with a donation you are helping us broadcast the gospel of Jesus Christ 24 hours a day to a potential of 330 million viewers in the Arab world.
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