Whether you are a K-12, college or university, you have unique challenges to when it comes to storage. The information stored varies in size and importance, so it’s critical to have a platform capable of offloading primary data, yet be able to be called up when and where needed for projects, and dissertations. You most likely have video surveillance at many locations. And, on top of all this, your data is growing exponentially but your budget probably isn’t.
High performance to keep up with the numerous applications that schools, colleges and universities manage.
In addition to no single point of failure, drives are tested in the systems before shipping to drive down field failure rates.
Low Cost of Ownership
Offers enterprise-class functionality at a low total cost of ownership including capital and operating expenditures.
Cost Effective storage to meet growing storage demands and always tight budgets.
Economical, high density file storage for low and high value data from students, professors, and administrators.
Reliable and flexible solution with enterprise-class performance to serve your varied departments and demanding applications.
Meet regulatory compliance such as HIPAA, PCI or other critical data so you never have to worry.
Continuity at Every site
Multi-site replication ensures that buildings and campuses enjoy reliable data access.
Trusted for DVS
Stores video from thousands of cameras economically and securely.
"At the end of the day, what I want is something that runs very well and I don't have to worry about it anymore. The Nexsan systems are doing everything we need and then some, and they’re very simple to use. It's just great."Scott Friedman, UCLA
E-Series Delivers Scalable, Reliable Storage for Entire IT Infrastructure, Supporting…
To reliably store the Spitzer images and associated research, CalTech turned to Nexsan storage solutions in 2002.
Case Western Reserve University had an immediate need for a storage system that provided high-performance, high-capacity, availability and reliability with no singlepoint-of-failure.