Quantum unveils latest Xcellis appliance for demanding video workflows

StorNext storage appliances improve productivity at scale through enhanced networking configurability and higher performance hardware.


Quantum Corp StorNext Xcellis

Quantum Corp. announced the availability of the latest Xcellis appliances powered by StorNext, Quantum’s award-winning file system. The new offerings reinforce Xcellis as the solution of choice to ingest, edit, share and store media content and provide an improved technical foundation for organisations to run their operations.

 

The new appliances are based on a next-generation server architecture that includes dual 8-core Intel Xeon CPU’s, 64 GB memory, SSD boot drives, and dual 100Gb Ethernet or 32 Gb Fibre Channel ports. The significantly enhanced CPU and 50% increase in RAM over the previous generation greatly improve StorNext metadata performance.   These enhancements make tasks such as file auditing less time intensive, support an even greater number of clients per node, and enable the management of billions of files per node.  Customers operating in a dynamic application environment on storage nodes will also see performance improvements.

 

 

More efficient network capabilities for greater productivity

From leading post-houses to cutting-edge autonomous vehicle engineering firms, organizations are turning to the latest networking technologies to attain the most cost-effective storage solutions.  With the latest 100 Gb Ethernet and 32 Gb Fibre Channel connectivity options, customers will be able to utilize the latest generation networking infrastructure between their clients and storage arrays, thereby accelerating workflows and improving productivity.  Combined with StorNext’s capability to provide the most comprehensive and coordinated file accessibility over NAS, SAN, and DLC architectures, the new platform offers industry-leading architectural flexibility.

 

Next-generation Xcellis advantages



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