Which Open-E product?Open-E DSS V7
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Each month IT-Business nominates five innovative hardware or software products. In August 2014, Open-E JovianDSS was awarded with the magazines renowned title.Read more »
The DCS awards are designed to reward the product designers, manufacturers, suppliers and providers operating in data centre arena. The Awards recognise achievements of vendors and their business partners alike. Open-E DSS V7 is a finalist for the Datacentre ICT Storage Software Product of the Year.Read more »
TheKnowList is an exclusive trusted network for the business technology community. It facilitates high-level senior introductions through events, collaboration and thought leadership content. Open-E was shortlisted for the Leadership Award in 2014.Read more »
Verdict: A unified storage solution offering massive capacity and expansion potential for a very good price!Read more »
2010 - nominated as finalist for Storage Award 2010-07-21
Open-E, Inc. was nominated by Storage Magazine as a finalist for their 2010 Storage Award.
Verdict: at the A-List as the "Best Storage Appliance" on the market:
Broadberry-Cyberstore-316S-DSS - A compact 1U rack server that delivers a good hardware specification for the price along with a low power consumption and near silent operationsRead more »
A low-cost NAS and IP SAN appliance with huge expansion potential and excellent performance:
Broadberry-Cyberstore-316S-DSS Read more »
In the Network Computing's "Real-World Labs" the Open-E DSS and its voluminous features could convince one more time. Especially highlighted were the performance, the functional range and the simple configuration.
Storage: Maxdata SU 1202 – OEM version of Open-E DSS server and up to twelve fast SAS devices drive the Unified-NAS-/SAN-storage system.
"The SGI solution was able to serve hundreds of researchers per computer and was extremely successful," says Dr. Woller. "But scaling these systems to keep up with the fast-growing volumes of data proved almost impossible." And according to Dr. Woller, this meant DESY would have had to purchase the same system again, "which neither the budget nor reason allowed."