Educators and students need LAN-Speed access across remote locations to effectively collaborate on research projects. 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.
Store and access files, video, and research data anywhere there is an internet connection.
Continuity at Every Site
Multi-site replication ensures that users at all buildings and campuses enjoy reliable data access.
Transfer Large Files
Save and access large files at LAN speed campus-wide.
Cost Effective storage to meet growing storage demands and always tight budgets.
Economical, high density file storage for all manner of 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
Marietta College decided it needed a new data storage system to support its
efforts to virtualize its entire IT infrastructure. It worked with Chi Corporation to review its options and ultimately select the Nexsan NST hybrid storage appliance.
The University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA) recently needed to purchase storage.
To reliably store the Spitzer images and associated research, CalTech turned to Nexsan storage solutions in 2002. Over the past seven years, CalTech has deployed a combination of Nexsan SATABeast, SATABoy, and now E-Series storage systems to retain, what is today, over 2 PB of Spitzer Space Telescope images on 2,000 drives, 130 controllers and 65 chassis.