We’re excited to be introducing our newest backup appliances: The DXi9000 and DXi4800. Our Enterprise backup customers continue to be focused on faster and faster backups and restores, as well as reducing rack space, reducing power and cooling – in other words reducing the “footprint” associated with their backup infrastructure.
I was at the annual Sports Video Group (SVG) Summit last week, and as usual it was a great show focused on content management, and the use of technology to help enable the sports industry to provide entertainment to all of us.
It was great to be at NAB NYC last week and to meet with some of our customers that we didn’t get a chance to meet with at NAB Las Vegas, and also talk to some new prospective customers in the broadcast and production industries.
Randi Altman's postPerspective just published this article that talks about the value of LTO as a great archive storage solution for post houses. I’d like to add my own perspective on a few things, based on the article as well as recent conversations at IBC2018 and some different customers we have.
Over the past month, I've been lucky enough to spend a lot of time out in the field – connecting with a lot of interesting customers at industry events and spending quality time with Quantum’s regional sales teams around the globe. One common theme across all of this seems to be a resurgence in interest in LTO technology, based on two dynamics and two use cases.
Recently, Quantum has had some success displacing Oracle tape libraries with Quantum Scalar® tape libraries. Quantum’s focus on tape and continued investment in storage technologies—like our new Scalar i3 and Scalar i6 tape libraries with the best storage density, and the introduction of LTO-8 this quarter—have driven customers to switch and save costs.
I just got back from VeeamON 2017 in New Orleans. It was another great show and we had some good conversations with customers, partners (both resellers and technology partners), analysts, and other industry folks.