Never get slowed down by storage again.
Qumulo’s all-flash platforms deliver extremely consistent, extremely high performant and scalable file storage.
All-NVMe for low latency application response
No vendor lock in, based on industry standard components.
Efficient, dense smart storage
How It’s Used
High Performance Computing
Media & Entertainment Post-Production
Future-proof your infrastructure.
The first modern, scalable, all-flash file system built entirely from standard hardware components.
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Trusted by Fortune 500 companies, major film studios, and some of the largest research facilities in the world.
“Qumulo Care is absolutely phenomenal — the best support I’ve seen from any vendor. The team is very proactive, knowledgeable, and really strives to make a personal connection. I even have the cell number for my tech liaison. It’s been a real pleasure to deal with Qumulo.”
Nathan Larsen — Director of IT, Sinclair Oil
“We’re actual proof that the solution works. There’s no possible way I could install 1,000 machines in our network here. I don’t have the power or cooling to support them. We were able to make the decision, and in less than 1 hour be rendering on 1,000 machines. After the jobs finished, we simply terminated the instances.”
Jason Fotter — Co-Founder/CTO, FuseFX
“Managing data with Qumulo is so simple it’s hard to describe the impact. It has given us tremendous ROI in terms of time saved and problems eliminated, and having that reliable storage we can finally trust makes us eager to use it more broadly throughout the company.”
John Beck — IT MANAGER, HYUNDAI MOBIS
“For a critical digital media archive, Qumulo is the safest place I can think to put it short of directly in a backup vault. Soon we won’t need anything else but backup, high-speed virtual storage, and Qumulo. The fact that Qumulo is fast enough to mount and host VMDKs as repositories is a real help with our overall infrastructure.”
JOEL HSIA — ASST. HEAD FOR SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT, MARRIOTT LIBRARY