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Ocean Systems average salary is $48,513, median salary is $51,730 with a salary range from $39,728 to $54,080.
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System Analyst 39,728-54,080 Miami, FL, 33101 2010 Ocean Systems System Analyst Salaries (3)
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  • Ocean Systems
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Burtonsville, MD
  • Ocean System has been providing Avid qualified systems since 1997. This is longer then any other Avid qualified platform. We have used our experience and knowledge in our rigorous qualification and testing procedure with SafeAV. SafeAV is a reliable and stable storage solution for Avid editing systems and has been test at up to 7 streams of uncompressed video on our currently shipping CPUs. SafeAV provides versatility critical to an agency's video storage needs. SafeAV is powered by a cutting edge 64-bit RAID engine, which maximizes disk performance. Dynamic on-line RAID expansion allows additional capacity to be added without total