Imation Nexsan E-Series V Solutions for Media and Entertainment
Up to 72TB in 2U, 240TB per 4U and 2.88PB per rack
Imation Corp. announced the expansion of the Nexsan E-Series storage array family to continue to deliver high-capacity, high-performance storage solutions.
Additional configurations have brought new value to media and entertainment end users, who face a wide realm of evolving storage needs from meeting narrow post-production edit needs to creating large, shared storage solutions for multiple users or worldwide audiences. For example, bundling the new Nexsan E32V storage array and the E60VT array system produces a performance-optimized, high-density storage solution for digital asset management, digital archives and shared file system solutions.
In addition, clients trust Nexsan storage products with critical data, and a recent TechValidate study showed that 95% of surveyed IT organizations are likely to recommend E-Series arrays to colleagues.
E-Series storage solutions have proven to be exceptionally reliable, efficient to scale and simple to install and manage, and we especially love their storage density.
Our customers in media and entertainment in particular need storage with blazing
performance and the ability to handle multiple video streams and shorten backup
Series products offer benefits to the media and
- Mix and match capacity optimized HDDs, performance-optimized HDDs and SSDs
in one system to accommodate applications based on performance or capacity
needs to deliver up to 72TB in 2U, 240TB per 4U and 2.88PB per rack.
- Resilient Storage
- Leverage an innovative mechanical design, including Cool Drive Technology
and anti-vibration design that reduces heat and vibration and improves
system reliability and performance.
- Energy Smart
- Engage Nexsan AutoMAID disk management capabilities to reduce power
consumption by up to 87%, cutting operating expenses and extending the
overall life of the system without sacrificing performance.
- Enterprise Value
- Deliver HA architecture, with multi-pathing support and dual redundant,
hot-swappable active components. SNMP alerts or email notifications are sent
to the administrator in the event of a component failure, and upon a drive
failure a spare drive is automatically rebuilt into the RAID set.