Qumulo QC-Series File Storage Systems

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Download the QC-Series data sheet (PDF, 2 pages)

Qumulo File Fabric (QF2) is a modern, highly scalable file storage system that can run on Qumulo’s whitebox QC-Series hardware, on third-party hardware and in the public cloud. The choice is yours.

QF2 offers the same interface and capabilities to users, no matter if it is on-premises, off-premises, or spanning both. Administrators can take advantage of the elastic compute resources that the cloud offers and then move data back to their data centers.

Qumulo’s QC-Series contains a mix of solid state drives (SSDs) and hard disk drives (HDDs). The QC-Series provides a starting capacity of 96TB and linearly scales to over 2PB raw storage. It is built on standard hardware that is provided by Qumulo. The QC-Series provides flash performance at archive prices. The QC-Series scales from four nodes to over a thousand nodes in a single cluster, creating a single file system and single global namespace. Each node is a dense, self-contained modular building block comprising processing power, memory, networking, SSDs, and HDDs.

Each node runs QF2 and participates in the cluster as a fully symmetric peer, managing write and read requests, and coordinating transactions with other nodes within the cluster. Additional nodes can be added to the cluster easily and non-disruptively, linearly scaling both storage capacity and performance. QF2 clusters work together to form a globally distributed but highly connected storage fabric tied together with continuous replication.

Customers interact with QF2 clusters using industry-standard file protocols, the QF2 REST API, and a web-based graphical user interface for storage administrators.

Download the QC-Series data sheet (PDF, 2 pages)

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