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Open-E receives a lot of recognition in the media - read what the press wrote about us and our products. Press coverage shown below relates not only to Open-E JovianDSS and Open-E DSS V7 but also to previous versions of our software (Open-E DSS V6 and older).

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Aug 6, 2019

Source: HEXUS

Open-E JovianDSS in Storage-Insider Reader's Choice Awards

Open-E, a leading developer of innovative data storage software, announced that their Open-E JovianDSS Data Storage Software has been shortlisted for the Storage-Insider Reader’s Choice Awards 2019 in the category "Speicher-Management & Software Defined Storage" category.

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Jun 28, 2019

Source: StorageNewsletter

Open-E DSS V7 Storage Software Update

Open-E, Inc. released an update for its storage software Open-E DSS V7. This update is free of charge for existing DSS V7 users.

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Jun 4, 2019

Source: StorageNewsletter

Ahead-IT.eu Supermicro DIS224A Certified for Open-E JovianDSS Software

Open-E GmbH announced the certification of the Ahead-IT.eu Supermicro DIS224A by their partner Ahead-IT BVBA with the ZFS-based JovianDSS software.

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May 23, 2019

Source: Hexus

Open-E certifies Ahead-IT.eu Supermicro DIS224A

Open-E, a leading developer of innovative data storage software, today announced the certification of the Ahead-IT.eu Supermicro DIS224A by their partner Ahead-IT with the ZFS-based JovianDSS software

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Jan 25, 2019

Source: StorageNewsletter

Open-E: Update 27 of ZFS-Based JovianDSS

The update 27 contains updates and fixes that improve its compatibility and performance, as well as the overall storage management and monitoring of the product.

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Apart from its flexibility, it was the stability of the Open-E systems that convinced me. We benefit from the hardware redundancy in lieu of not having any technical contact onsite in remote locations. The system keeps running even if hardware components fail, and can easily be rebooted even after power outages. By using commodity servers, we do not face any problems regarding hardware supplies and do not need to use any specific SAN disk drives.

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