ExaGrid's disk backup with deduplication system is purpose-built for backup that leverages an architecture optimized for scalability, performance, and price. The system scales as needed by adding ExaGrid appliances, which virtualize into a GRID architecture automatically, adding capacity and processing power while acting and being managed as one unified system.
ExaGrid disk-based backup appliances include GRID computing software, which virtualizes them into a single pool of long-term capacity. Capacity load balancing of all data across servers is automatic, and multiple GRID systems can be combined for a total logical backup capacity of 16PB.
Quantum's DXi series deduplication solutions provides patented variable-length deduplication that not only reduces disk usage and capital expenditures, but also enables efficient data movement across the WAN to other sites and to the cloud.
ExaGrid EX is ranked 4th in Disk Based Backup Systems while Quantum DXi Series is ranked 50th in Backup and Recovery Software. ExaGrid EX is rated 0.0, while Quantum DXi Series is rated 0.0. On the other hand, ExaGrid EX is most compared with HPE StoreOnce, Dell EMC PowerProtect DD (Data Domain), NetApp Cloud Backup and Oracle Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance, whereas Quantum DXi Series is most compared with Dell EMC PowerProtect DD (Data Domain), HPE StoreOnce, Dell EMC Data Domain Boost, ExaGrid EX Series and Veritas NetBackup Appliance.
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