Quantum Lattus-M Object Storage Base System with 20 S30 Storage Nodes, Mult

Mfg. Part: FLAXM-BSYM-320A | CDW Part: 4486693 | UNSPSC: 43201802
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Product Details
  • Hard drive array
  • 1440 TB 6 TB x 240
  • 10 Gigabit Ethernet (external)
  • rack-mountable
  • 25U
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Main Features
  • Hard drive array
  • 1440 TB 6 TB x 240
  • 10 Gigabit Ethernet (external)
  • rack-mountable
  • 25U
Quantum Lattus object storage solutions offer an excellent, more scalable architecture with redundancy algorithms to maintain this data long-term, while allowing the efficient and immediate access required extract the data's maximum value at any time. Lattus solutions are built on a next-generation object storage architecture, which allows disk archives to easily scale to hundreds of petabytes, and use error correction algorithms to provide far greater durability than RAID.

Lattus-M is ideal for big data environments that include multiple tiers of storage, from primary file system environments storage to active archiving to tape. Lattus-M extends StorNext by migrating files targeted for archive from high-performance storage to Lattus storage, while allowing users to retain access directly from the StorNext File System. Lattus-M is also compatible with StorNext environments that include tape such as the StorNext AEL archives.

The Lattus-M base system scales easily by adding Lattus storage and controller nodes, managing up to 1 billion files per StorNext metadata controller. Lattus-M is integrated with StorNext Storage Manager to manage data migration between storage tiers. With Lattus-M, your team members can access files quickly and easily, regardless of storage tier, and you can be assured the files will be there with minimal oversight or maintenance.

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