RAIDIX and Storage Corp. are poised to deliver high-speed data storage to the Brazilian enterprise sector
Data storage vendor RAIDIX established a new partnership in Brazil. Storage Corp. – a provider of IT solutions for enterprise, cloud environments, monitoring and video surveillance infrastructures – now offers the RAIDIX software-defined storage technology as a key component in comprehensive IT projects.
Consolidating siloed resources and legacy systems from versatile vendors, RAIDIX enables modernization and scalability of the customer’s existing functionality with minimal hardware overheads. The RAIDIX software supports commodity-off-the-shelf equipment adhering to the Intel Xeon architecture, and major SAN and NAS connectivity protocols. Thanks to the flexible configuration and high-performance RAID-calculations, the RAIDIX solution allows the Brazilian partner to shape up a competitive offering for data-intensive enterprises.
The growing video analytics segment in Brazil generates robust demand for high-scalability and high-availability storage systems. The RAIDIX lineup for Video Surveillance, Media & Entertainment, Enterprise, and HPC reveals peak performance showings on both sequential and random workloads. RAIDIX’s universal support for resource-intensive corporate and professional applications (that can be installed right on the storage node) ensures high-speed data processing and hardware savings.
Following the partner program, RAIDIX has performed training and certification of the Storage Corp. specialists and proposed a product roadmap tailored to local sales and distribution channels. Leveraging the long-lasting Enterprise and CCTV experience and implementation track record in Europe, CIS, and South Korea, RAIDIX adds value by offering battle-hardened project competencies – from needs analysis to further scalability and system maintenance.
RAIDIX’s vertical customization for data-driven market segments as well as Storage Corp.’s hardware expertise allow the end customer to resolve specific business tasks in terms of storage volume, reliability, performance and critical data availability.