Flv Videos in Windows Server 2003.

Hello there.

We have a server (IIS) that holds a number of portals and a lot of other small sites with a MS sql database.
We want to give the opportunity to our clients to upload video files that we convert them in flv with Turbine Video in ASP.

Do u think the sever can handle the uploading / converting and downloading the videos in order to serve our clients?

We have approximately 2.000 visitors a day.

If this cannot work properly, do u have any other solution?
basicmelitonAsked:
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vico1Connect With a Mentor CIOCommented:
You cannot Upgrade this server, it's already outdated.
Here is an example of a powerfull server you can grow with:
http://supermicro.com/products/system/2U/6025/SYS-6025W-NTR+B.cfm
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vico1CIOCommented:
You need some more powerfull hardware server for that kind of traffic.
2000 a day?
Is this the hardware?
Microsoft, Windows, Server 2003 SP1, Intel Pentium 4, 3.00 GHz, 1.00 GB RAM, ASP, Javascript, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
You've put this in the SBS Zone, so I wonder how SBS is related to this scenario?

Jeff
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basicmelitonAuthor Commented:
You need some more powerfull hardware server for that kind of traffic.
2000 a day?
Is this the hardware?
Microsoft, Windows, Server 2003 SP1, Intel Pentium 4, 3.00 GHz, 1.00 GB RAM, ASP, Javascript, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera

Yes that's our hardware
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vico1CIOCommented:
Then you need more powerfull hardware as I mentioned above
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basicmelitonAuthor Commented:
So, are there any suggestion in what hardware we'll need for this job?

An extra server maybe? or an update in the same server our sites run?
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