Compare DDN EXA5 vs. Quantum StorNext

DDN EXA5 is ranked 9th in File System Software while Quantum StorNext is ranked 4th in File System Software. DDN EXA5 is rated 0, while Quantum StorNext is rated 0. On the other hand, DDN EXA5 is most compared with , whereas Quantum StorNext is most compared with Elastifile, Oracle ZFS and WekaIO Matrix.
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Overview

Applications are evolving to meet the needs of an automated and connected society. The onslaught of data and
the need to move it, store it and process it is quickly overwhelming current infrastructure.

Regain control of your data, streamline workflows and deliver the ultimate performance to reduce time to
discovery and unlock new ways to innovate.

StorNext enables multiple Windows, Linux and Apple workstations to access shared block storage over a Fibre channel network. With the StorNext file system installed, these computers can read and write to the same storage volume at the same time enabling what is known as a "file-locking SAN." StorNext is used in environments where large files must be shared, and accessed simultaneously by users without network delays, or where a file must be available for access by multiple readers starting at different times.
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