Intelligent NAS

A complete solution that enables workgroups to store and share more data to add value to work and increase overall productivity.


High-performance shared disk storage | Enables collaborative workflows for workgroups of all types.

Cross-platform collaboration | Collaboration across Linux, Windows, UNIX, and Mac OS X operating systems simplifies deployment and supports the broadest range of applications.

Built on StorNext 5 | The award-winning file system software field-proven in tens of thousands of facilities worldwide.

  • Quantum vmPRO 4000 System


  Standard Optional
High-Performance RAID Storage 33TB usable (48 raw) 73TB usable (96 raw)
NAS Software SMB1, SMB2, SMB3, NFSv3
NAS Client Connectivity 10GbE Optical
NAS Client Support Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, UNIX
Access Control Support User-based, Group-based, Active Directory, Open LDAP
Tape File Format Support ANTF, LTFS
Integrated Connectivity to Archive Storage Standard 8Gb Fibre Channel
(typically for tape library connections)
10Gb Ethernet
(typically for cloud storage connections)
Archive Storage Support Quantum Scalar Libraries (Scalar i40, Scalar i80, Scalar i500, Scalar i6000)  
Data-at-Rest Encryption Self-encrypting drives
Maximum Number of Files 1 billion
Rack Units 6 RU 8 RU (with 73TB option)
Power Consumption 925 Watts Max Continuous 1300 Watts Max Continuous
Hardware Redundancy Dual controllers with automatic failover
Dual active/active array controllers
Redundant power supplies
Redundant cooling fans
Mirrored RAID cache
SuperCap cache backup to flash
Redundant Fibre Channel ports


Brocade 6505 12-port fibre channel switch
Scalar i6000, Scalar i500, Scalar i40/i80 tape libraries
Lattus Object Storage
Q-Cloud Archive

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SNSNMS Scan Tool

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snsnms_scan for RH7
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Artico Archive Gateway Documentation Center