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. This combination of software and storage optimizes video production tasks, accelerates time to insight, and empowers organizations to do more with their data. As the technical foundation of modern businesses that are built on digital assets, it enables organizations to maximize productivity and focus on delivering whatever it is they do best.
Xcellis Workflow Storage is primary storage optimized for demanding video workflows – powered by StorNext, the industry’s fastest and more reliable streaming file system.
StorNext has provided us with a reliable foundation to build out the appropriate technological infrastructure needed to support the growth of a global brand and media empire.Jermaine Harrell
Now we can pull content from previous shoots and do it quickly using CatDV and Quantum. Having an advanced storage architecture powered by StorNext has really allowed us to collaborate like never before, and it’s made our training videos the talk of the industry.Joe Micallef
The Xcellis scalability was also a real advantage for us. It let us add performance and storage capacity independently—which means we’ll be able to grow to meet future demands while avoiding forklift upgrades.Steve Spear
Quantum StorNext shared storage has dramatically increased our productivity by letting our editors collaborate in real time, so they can focus on creative ideas instead of fighting with technical limitations.Richard Klopfenstein
With the StorNext platform, we now have a single file system that manages our entire multitier storage solution, from tape to primary disk to the HPC cluster.Riley Epperson
Whether you’re in post-production, broadcast or corporate video—StorNext enables high-performance capture, collaboration, processing, and preservation of data. And while each workflow is different, some things remain the same: the data is invaluable, the data is growing, the data cannot be recreated, and the data must be preserved—so it can be repurposed in ways that can’t be imagined today.
Dramatic declines in the cost and run times for genome sequencing are enabling life sciences researchers to do more, faster. But these advances come with a cost—data growth that quickly outpaces existing storage infrastructure. To accelerate discovery, scientists need intelligent data management throughout the entire life sciences workflow—from data capture to analysis to archive and beyond.
Increases in the resolution of video, rapid advances in sensor technologies, the democratization of satellite imagery with small sats, and innovations in data fusion—all add up to opportunity. But these technology advances have introduced storage challenges as organizations struggle to keep pace with the massive influx of imagery.