Northern Arizona University Customer of Nexenta

February 2015
SAN/LAN;Feb2015, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p4
The article reports that Software-Defined Storage (SDS) software provider Nexenta Systems Inc. provided its SDS platform to Northern Arizona University (NAU). It states that the university was facing several issues such as high input/output (I/O) latency that led to slow user response and less storage. Tarkan Maner, chairman at Nexenta, highlights that the SDS platform has helped students and staff at the university due to its performance.


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