Performance, scalability and functionality are common buzz words that are normally associated with large enterprise solutions, which of course, would require large budgets. However, AC&NC’s JetStor X family of RAID/ All Flash/ Hybrid Flash storage solutions are proving that “big money” is not a requirement to deliver a 99.999 percent availability resource.
“AC&NC is exited to offer JetStor X storage solutions to worldwide customers with Enterprise features without breaking the bank,” said Gene Leyzarovich, president, AC&NC. “JetStor X products have been awarded the highest accolades from industry reviewers. For enterprises in all verticals that question how they’ll support data-intensive applications, JetStor X platforms are the answer.”
The JetStor X solution includes built-in data backup services like volume snapshots, local and remote backups, and remote replication with traffic shaping that ensures the most efficient use of network bandwidth. The on-demand scalability without downtime and the rebuilding of compromised RAID volumes pinpoints the written partitions that are damaged,by efficiently reducing recovery time and system power consumption.
The beauty of the JetStor X solution is that it provides needed technology for any organization of every shape and size imaginable. The full support of VMware, Citrix, Microsoft Hyper-V, and KVM for virtualized storage, as well as VMware VAAI, offers full spectrum deliverables of system throughput, security, and scalability. The benefit of a JetStor X product can be utilized in industries such as: media and entertainment, healthcare, financial, government, education, research, high-performance computing (HPC), and large-scale video surveillance areas. All of which, focuses on industries that require the fastest, most cost-effective storage, data sharing, and backup.
The “nuts and bolts” of the all JetStor X systems features Intel’s latest D-1500 processors and chipset in a quad-core architecture, dual active controllers with quad-ported 10GBASE-T iSCSI with optional SFP+ or 16Gb FC card, and cutting-edge 12Gb SAS 3.0 technology with support for Non-Volatile Memory express (NVMe) to fully leverage flash capabilities. The chassis supports 3.5 drives of up to 10TB capacity and 2.5 drives of up to 4TB capacity. The growth expansion is pay as you need, each platform supports up to 10 JBODs, providing as much as 4 petabytes of capacity.
The arrays also provide such functionality as advanced RAID level support, thin provisioning, SSD caching, auto-tiering to contain storage costs, remote disaster recovery, and the enhanced QSOE 2.0 (JetStor Storage Optimization Engine) package to increase IOPS. All JetStor X platforms ship with the latest JetStor SANOS 4.0 (SAN Operating System v4.0) to bring enterprise-level capabilities to even SMBs. The intuitive web user interface, user dashboard, and real-time notifications with event logging brings all around simplicity to the deployment and administration for this state of the art data storage solution.
Provided below are the various “flavors” that will certainly meet your expectations:
Offering storage solutions for over 20 years, Advanced Computer & Network Corporation designs, manufactures and markets high-performance, competitively priced RAID/Hybrid Flash/All Flash Array data storage systems. With a wide range of storage solutions for any computing platform and operating system, comprehensive free technical support, and rapid product delivery, AC&NC provides confident data protection to its clients ranging from work-groups to enterprises.
AC&NC’s 4,000 customers globally include the world’s largest manufacturers, financial services firms, Internet companies, telecommunications and healthcare providers, educational institutions, government agencies, and the military. AC&NC is focused on meeting the needs and exceeding the expectations of its worldwide client base. For more information on the JetStor family of storage systems, please visit www.acnc.com.
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