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Quantum at CABSAT 2017 Posted: 16/02/2017
Quantum will show how its StorNext platform "powers what's next" across the full media life cycle, including production, content management, and delivery and archive workflows. The company will feature StorNext 5.4, the newest release of this powerful platform, and how it brings greater efficiency and flexibility to media workflows. Quantum also will showcase the award-winning Xcellis workflow storage system, demonstrating its unique converged architecture and highlighting its ability to support embedded applications. Throughout CABSAT the company also will demonstrate the benefits of its massively scalable, low-latency Lattus object storage system.
Tags: CABSAT 2017 | Quantum | StorNext 5.4 | Amazon Web Services | Microsoft Azure | Google Cloud | NetApp StorageGRID | IBM Cleversafe | Scality RING | End-to-End | Workflow Support | Xcellis | StorNext FlexTier
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Quantums New StorNext 5.4 Release Provides Greater Efficiency and Flexibility in Media Content Management Posted: 13/12/2016
Quantum Corp. (NYSE: QTM) today announced StorNext 5.4, a new release of the company's acclaimed workflow storage platform that brings new levels of efficiency and flexibility to media content management. StorNext 5.4 enhancements include the ability to integrate existing public cloud storage accounts and third-party object storage (private cloud) -- starting with Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, NetApp StorageGRID, IBM Cleversafe and Scality RING -- as archive tiers in a StorNext(R)-managed media environment. Another new feature enables users to deploy applications embedded within StorNext-powered Xcellis(TM) workflow storage appliances.
Tags: Quantum | StorNext 5.4 | flexibility | media content management | Microsoft Azure | Google Cloud | Amazon Web Services | NetApp StorageGRID | IBM Cleversafe | Xcellis | Scality RING
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NetApp Featured Products at IBC2016 Posted: 23/08/2016

E5600 Series Storage Systems With Dynamic Disk Pools

Facilities counting on a certain bandwidth to meet production deadlines can't afford to have their storage systems slow to a crawl for several days during a 6 terabyte disk rebuild. Now with NetApp E-Series, they don't have to. Broadcasters and production facilities have discovered that dynamic disk pools (DDP) on E-Series storage systems provide more consistent video bandwidth than other block storage systems for two reasons. One is that the resiliency scheme provides drastically more consistent performance upon disk failure (50 percent more bandwidth during rebuilds than standard RAID). The other is that it dramatically reduces data rebuild time (1/8 the time of standard RAID). 
Tags: NetApp | IBC2016 | E5600 Series | Disk Pools | StorageGRID | IBC 2016 | IBC 2016
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