Quantum is expanding its solutions to help customers classify, manage and protect video and unstructured data across its lifecycle. Quantum also announced that addressing the need to manage data end to end, on-premise or in the cloud, is another key step in the company’s strategy to be the leading provider of management and storage services for unstructured data. Quantum is empowering its customers to navigate the new data landscape and manage data and storage for greater productivity and efficiency by managing data across its lifecycle.
The expanded portfolio includes:
- Quantum ATFS: A new file-based storage platform with integrated data classification enabling new ways to visualize, automate, and purposefully place data in the right place, at the right time.
- Quantum StorNext 7 File System: The latest version of Quantum’s high-performance file system, now with new ways to automate data placement on NVMe for high-throughput, low latency workloads.
- Quantum ActiveScale Object Storage: Quantum expands its ActiveScale line with a smaller capacity three-node object storage system, along with new features such as object lock to protect critical data.
Jamie Lerner, President and CEO, Quantum, said,
“Our customers are dealing with massive video and unstructured data growth, and it will be the ability to harness the value of this data, to ‘enrich’ this data, that will drive businesses forward. This is what will drive the next discovery, the next innovation, new ways to communicate and entertain, and new business models. We’re focusing our innovation on helping customers unlock the value in their video and unstructured data in new ways to solve their most pressing business challenges, and this expanded portfolio is an important step toward enabling that model.”
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