Welcome to another entry of ‘This Week at the Q’! It was a big week for our ActiveScaleTM object storage with our Veeam Ready announcement and Gartner Peer Reviews.
- This week, we were excited to announce that Quantum ActiveScale S3-compatible object store software has been verified as a Veeam Ready Object Solution. This Veeam qualification assures you that our object storage solutions are compatible with Veeam, enabling you to store and manage your unstructured data across the enterprise with confidence.
“With the qualification of ActiveScale object storage as Veeam Ready, Quantum demonstrates they can provide highly efficient archive capabilities for our joint customers. The collaboration between Veeam and Quantum empowers customers to extract the most value from their private cloud investments,” said Andreas Neufert, Vice President Product Management, Alliances at Veeam.
2. Since integrating ActiveScale object storage into our portfolio, it’s been great hearing from customers about the ease of use, or as this government customer says in a recent Gartner Peer Review: “a no-nonsense appliance that just ‘gets on with it.”
3. Quantum ActiveScale is also proving easy to use for this manufacturing customer, who, in another recent Gartner Peer Review from this past week, described their solution as “easy to set up, configure and use.”
4. Quantum ActiveScale wasalso featured in this Storage Consortium article, “Object Storage for Big Data Analytics Environments.” [If your German is a little rusty, you can click Google Translate.”
5. TVB Europe featured RTV Slovenija’s recent upgrade, unifying their radio and television organizations thatrolled out despite COVID-19. RTVS is a key culture, education, educational information resource for Slovenia’s two million residents. The news departments employ around 650 people, from journalists to editors across its TV, radio and multimedia operations. Quantum technology partner, Dalet, managed this major implementation despite the pandemic, integrating a 300 TB Quantum StorNext® SAN for their high- and low-resolution TV media. Read more here, including how journalists can record and edit from home during this time.
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