Transition From NAS Is Inevitable and Achievable Organizations relying on legacy NAS are stuck between an inefficient strategy to handle their rapidly expanding data and the need to extend their investments in storage and applications. They are asking for a way to quickly add reliable, affordable storage without dismantling their existing infrastructure and applications or creating […]
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UConn Health extends legacy NAS storage with efficient, flexible software defined object storage Milpitas, California – Amplidata, the leader in object-based software defined storage, today announced that UConn Health has purchased and installed a storage system based on Amplidata’s Himalaya object-based, software-defined storage software. UConn Health has used high performance, and high cost, NAS storage […]
EPFL, Switzerland’s world-class technical institute, purchased and installed a storage system based on Amplidata’s Himalaya software to meet the needs new applications that enrich the lives of music lovers around the world. Its Himalaya-based object storage system is being used to create and deliver innovative uses for the archive and live recordings from the Montreux Jazz Festival, […]