When its existing Xsan storage system was overwhelmed by fast-growing data
volumes, religious broadcasting leader Amazing Facts turned to Quantum’s StorNext for help. The new solution increased storage capacity, improved data protection, and integrated a nearline archive that slashed the time to reuse content from days to minutes and reduced administrative overhead by a factor of 10.
BuzzFeed needed a shared storage system to keep up with production schedules for its branded content campaigns. The answer was a Quantum StorNext appliance-based system that combines storage area network (SAN) with network-attached storage (NAS) and preserves flexible options for future growth
MTI Film is a leading Hollywood post-production facility with significant production capabilities, film restoration services, and even a software development group. Ensuring these deadline-driven operational workflows have fast collaborative access to newly ingested assets, work-in-progress content, and recently completed work is no small task. It takes more than just a lot of storage—it takes fast, capable, and highly robust workflow-oriented storage. MTI turned to Quantum’s StorNext® 5 platform and Lattus™ extended online storage with object storage technology to meet its critical needs.
Swordfish customers include some of the most innovative companies on the globe, including Sony, Google, Dolby, and Salesforce.com, as well as traditional consumer product companies. Swordfish started out small but grew rapidly, putting a huge strain on its legacy storage resources.
Ole Miss Sports Productions generates a tremendous amount of captivating content to support the University of Mississippi’s 14 Division I NCAA teams. When its existing storage environment began to fail, the organization turned to the media workflow experts at 1303 Systems, who recommended Quantum. Ole Miss installed a Quantum storage solution that is delivering the reliability, performance, collaborative capabilities, and scalability required for rigorous media workflows.