OpenDrives is offering a new storage solution called the Ultra Hardware Platform that allows users to scale their storage solutions in multiple ways while preserving high performance, low latency and intelligent data integrity. The Ultra platform includes three different NAS hardware series to meet changing business requirements, all controlled by OpenDrives’ Atlas centralized management software, which will soon have some new features.
Designed with speed and low latency in mind, the Ultimate series incorporates an all-flash NVMe design in the form of the F and FD capacity modules to handle the most demanding workflows.
For companies that require a balance between performance and flexibility, the Optimum Series was designed to provide freedom of choice and is configurable with either all-flash NVMe (F, FD) or SAS HDD (H, HD) capacity modules, or both. The workhorse of the Ultra Hardware Platform, the Optimum can handle resource-intensive workflows while also managing data integrity with ease.
The Momentum Series uses OpenDrives’ HDD (H, HD) capacity models to deliver high performance at a cost-effective price. Designed to excel at write-intensive workflows, such as camera-heavy security surveillance, the Momentum provides power at a price to meet any budget.
OpenDrives will also release the latest version of its Atlas software platform in the fourth quarter as a free upgrade for all OpenDrives users. The next version will combine new intelligence technology with automation in an easy-to-use, single-pane-of-glass, centralized management solution for the OpenDrives Ultra hardware family. With the ability to manage all OpenDrives systems from a single interface, companies can manage their entire storage infrastructure no matter how geographically distributed it may be. Plus, Atlas incorporates intelligent data integrity to ensure against corrupt data or data loss. New features include inline and proactive caching, bandwidth throttling and actionable analytics to support business intelligence.
OpenDrives’ Ultra Hardware Platform and the existing Atlas Operating System are available now. All users will be able to upgrade to the new Atlas software in the fourth quarter.