Overland Storage the trusted global provider of effortless data management and data protection solutions across the data lifecycle, has announced that its SnapScale clustered NAS solution has won the Editor’s Choice Award for Hardware Product of the Year at The Storage Awards 2013.
The Storage Awards 2013 were held at the Grand Connaught Rooms, London. This annual event is attended by most of the industry’s key influencers. It offers readers of Storage Magazine (UK) the chance to reward outstanding products, services and people within the storage sector. The much-coveted Editor’s Choice Award recognizes the company’s industry-leading status and celebrates its innovative hardware solutions.
“We are honored to receive the Editor’s Choice Award, as it reflects our continuous effort to deliver simple, intuitive and cost effective data storage solutions,” said Joe Disher , Director of Product Marketing for Disk Based Products, Overland Storage. “SnapScale provides enterprise-class features such as high availability with automatic failover, snapshots, replication and flexible provisioning at one of the most competitive prices in the market. With the ability to easily add hundreds of petabytes of capacity, scale performance linearly and manage data under a single global namespace, SnapScale empowers businesses to grow their storage infrastructure without interruption or downtime.”
The SnapScale brand has revolutionized scale-out storage since it was launched in late 2012. Built on the company’s newest innovation – RAINcloud OS technology – and utilizing features such as RapidRebuild, which maximizes availability, this clustered NAS solution eliminates independent storage silos and unifies storage volumes under one global namespace. SnapScale represents a simple to deploy, easy to manage, highly available, high-performance data storage solution.
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