SAN JOSE, Calif., Nov. 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Quantum Corp. (NYSE: QTM) today announced that its StorNext® scale-out storage platform will serve as the foundation for NASA's new Content Management & Storage System at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC). Vencore Inc., the prime contractor on the KSC Engineering Services Contract, has awarded a contract to systems integrator StorExcel to deploy a solution combining StorNext, IPV's Curator digital asset management system and Telestream's Vantage media processing platform. The integrated solution will enable the Kennedy Space Center to centralize, manage and preserve all its digital content, including footage from high-speed cameras used during launches, video from surveillance cameras, production video, digital prints and still imagery. The StorNext-based Content Management & Storage System has passed factory acceptance testing and is ready for deployment within a new data center being constructed at the Kennedy Space Center.
StorNext is optimized for the most demanding workflows, providing a unique combination of the industry's fastest streaming file system performance and long-term data management for the lowest possible total cost of ownership (TCO). This low TCO is achieved through automated movement of content to the most cost-effective storage tier based on access requirements, all managed within a single solution.
The StorNext system to be deployed by NASA provides multitier storage, including a metadata appliance, primary disk storage and an archive-enabled tape library. In combination with IPV Curator and Telestream's Vantage system, StorNext will enable the agency to:
- Manage more than 15 different digital formats across the entire content lifecycle — import, transcode, process, distribute, export and retention/preservation;
- Search, preview and access any of the content through a secure web-based interface; and
- Scale to more than 10PB of storage capacity.
Lance Hukill, President, StorExcel
"When it comes to meeting the storage needs of demanding workflows, StorNext is far superior to any other scale-out storage solution. In addition to providing the highest performance, lowest possible TCO and anytime/anywhere access to data, it works seamlessly with other leading technologies in an extremely powerful ecosystem — as is the case here with IPV Curator and Telestream Vantage."
Geoff Stedman, Senior Vice President, StorNext Solutions, Quantum
"NASA is a longtime StorNext customer, and we look forward to working with StorExcel, IPV and Telestream to deliver the Content Management & Storage System that will enable the agency to maximize the value of their digital content in the most efficient and cost-effective way."
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Quantum is a leading expert in workflow storage, archive and data protection. The company's StorNext 5 platform powers modern high-performance workflows, enabling seamless real-time collaboration and keeping content readily accessible for future use and re-monetization. More than 100,000 customers have trusted Quantum to address their most demanding content workflow needs, including large government agencies, broadcasters, research institutions and commercial enterprises. With Quantum, customers can Be Certain™ they have the end-to-end storage platform they need to manage assets from ingest, processing and analysis to delivery and long-term preservation. See how at www.stornext.com.
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