UnityTM Combines Enterprise-Class Performance and Flexibility. Unity Unified Storage supports advanced block and file workloads and then adds the performance of all-flash configurations to meet the growing needs for mixed application workloads and virtualized environments. Unity includes a secure archive client for seamless integration to the optional Unity Assureon Archive.
Second Generation Unity. The new Unity systems offer up to 40% performance improvement over previous similar models, more flexible configurations, and cost reductions. New all-flash configurations are now available to meet the demands of customers’ high performance applications, as well as hybrid configurations for the more cost conscious.
“Price, reliability, performance…..you get to pick two with most other storage providers. Nexsan Unity strikes a careful balance between price and performance along with reliability, a tremendous value.”Rick Barnds, Senior IT Manager, City of San Antonio
UnityTM Combines Enterprise-Class Performance and Flexibility. Unity Unified Storage supports advanced block and file workloads and then adds the performance of all-flash configurations to meet the growing needs for mixed application workloads and virtualized environments.
Enterprise NAS (NFS, CIFS/SMB) for unstructured data and files.
High performance block (FC, iSCSI) for structured data (databases and Exchange).
Accelerated RAM and flash caching for high performance.
High performance arrays make it easy and affordable to meet the needs of critical business applications.
The flexibility of expansion and performance increase with a combination of drives and chassis.
Optimize your primary storage with Unity Active Archive and achieve regulatory and corporate compliance.
Unity Combines Enterprise-Class Performance and Flexibility and supports advanced block and file workloads plus all-flash configurations.
The next generation of Unity has been completely re-designed to improve performance and management, increase flexibility, decrease costs, and launch all-flash configurations.
Scott Lowe from ActualTech Media interviews Gary Watson, Founder and VP of Technical Engagement about flash in general IT environments.