Features include GbE or 10GbE interfaces; an alternative to NFS and CIFS for improved performance; support for Windows, Unix, Linux and Mac; and compatibility with StorNext AEL for online archiving.
"There is a fundamental shift taking place for organisations that manage workflow and archives in data-intensive environments," said Janae Stow Lee, Quantum senior vice president, filesystem and archive. "StorNext's flexibility, performance and scalability enable customers to stay ahead of these market changes, leverage prior investments and continue operations.
"We've built the StorNext M660 to simplify the daunting task of managing very large scale, fast-growing datasets, so customers can focus on extracting more value from their assets or collected information."
Prices start at $120,000, and deliveries will begin in June.