Quantum high-performance storage enables coordinated and shared access to your critical data. Powered by StorNext, it includes an Xcellis for system management and client connectivity, and RAID storage for data.
StorNext®, a combination of a high-speed, parallel file system and data management software, was created to solve the daunting problem of sharing, preserving, and analyzing massive volumes of unstructured data. Recognized as a leader in scale-out storage for high volume, rich media workflows, we have taken these capabilities even further by continuously developing the software and focusing on advancements most needed by our customer ecosystem.
Powering innovation with intelligent data management.
Quantum’s portfolio of tiered storage solutions for data protection and archive deliver proven protection against system failures, disasters and ransomware.
The ability to collect more data and derive insight from data is leading to exciting breakthrough discoveries. With multi-tier storage, teams can better harness their data and transform the world.
Delivering the performance and scalability you need to power the modern media workflow and extract maximum value from your content.
350 peak swaps per hour
LTO: SCSI-2 LVD; AIT: SCSI-2 LVD or HVD; SDLT or DLT: SCSI-2 LVD or HVD; integrated FC interface optional for all
SCSI-2 HVD Integrated FC interface optional
Password-protected keypad with LCD menu display
Auto-discovery and auto-calibration for installed or added components (modules, drives, magazines, tapes, etc.)
29.5"W x 47"D x 71"H
74.9cm x 119.4cm x 180.3cm
817 lbs (
115/230 VAC, 1.6kVa
16 to 35°C operating
15 to 75% non-condensing operating
SNC 5100 (2 Gb Fibre Channel) or SNC 3000 (1 Gb Fibre Channel)
End-to-end path verification, error recovery, drive performance optimization, SAN security (Scalar Firewall Manager), serverless backup (Data Mover Module)
Greater than 1,000,000 cartridge changes
Less than 30 minutes
Built-In-Test (BIT), store/recall past events, “fault isolation” assistance, self-initiating configuration and calibration routines; SNMP traps reported through RMU or Scalar DLC; email alert; SAN device health checks
Drive Hard Error Rate
Less than 1 in 10^17 bits
UL-1950 ITE, CSA950, EN 60950
A CISPR 22/EN 55022 Class A, EN 61000-3-2 & -3
CE, FCC, ICES, BSMI, UL, cUL, TUV/GS