Our goal is to get every GB of available storage to work for you. The Madison Cloud Storage Appliance (MCSA) is built on Total Resource Utilization which means that you will get very high performance and high capacity with 80% less computing resources (compared to other solutions). The math is easy: you can either get 5x the performance from the exact same hardware, or use 1/5th of the hardware to get the same results. No matter how you calculate it, this dramatically slashes your storage costs to a new level, allowing you to achieve immediate ROI.
Total Resource Utilization squeezes the full performance out of the drives and delivers it to the application without the need to change any configuration or install any drivers. Whether on premise or in the cloud, your drives can now deliver all the benefits that they were designed for – and much more.
Madison Cloud Storage Appliance is a game changer: a strategic technology solution for building and growing enterprise storage infrastructure that captures the savings of software-defined storage and attacks the operational costs that relate to resource administration hassles, periodic forklift upgrades and downtime, data migration, and data backup and preservation. Between the universal hardware support and built in data management features, MCSA makes it possible to bend the storage cost curve to work to your advantage and within your budget.
Total Resource Utilization – extract more from the drives (e.g. 70,000 IOPS/single SSD or 350,000/NVMe). No need to install proprietary drivers on the host or change any configurations.
Unlimited snapshots with no performance degradation. Any amount of drive failure per volume. NO RAID restrictions!
Get the benefits of the latest drive innovation by mixing any drive types (NVMe/SSD/HDD), capacity and performance.
Supports all protocols (block, file, and object), drives, workloads and applications running together in the same system
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