StorTrends® from American Megatrends is Performance Storage with Proven Value. StorTrends SAN and NAS storage appliances are installed worldwide and trusted by companies and institutions in a wide range of industries including education, energy, finance, state and local government, healthcare, manufacturing, marketing, retail, R&D and many more.
StorTrends meets the challenges and demands of today's business environments by offering key network storage functionality such as unified storage, simplified management, business continuity, disaster recovery, high efficiency and virtualization support. For more information on the StorTrends lineup and technology, and to see how StorTrends can solve critical business needs, visit stortrends.com.
The StorTrends 2610i is an All Flash Array architected for scalable environments. From high performance, low latency, enterprise class features and low cost - all from a market-proven technology veteran with thousands of installations worldwide. The StorTrends 2610i All Flash Array is the most cost effective All Flash SAN in the market. With average latency below 1ms and performance metrics above 231,000 IOPS, the StorTrends 2610i is the perfect All Flash Array for centralized storage, mixed workloads, VDI and high performance applications.
The StorTrends 3500i is an SSD Hybrid or Full Flash SAN array for VDI and high performance environments.
The StorTrends 3400i is a dual controller SAN unit with support for 15k SAS and 7.2k NL-SAS drives for high performance and capacity.
The StorTrends 2502j is a 24-bay dual controller SAN expansion unit that can house up to 92TB in a single shelf. The 2502j all-flash expansion shelf provides users' required amounts of capacity and performance.
The StorTrends 2502j can be added to the StorTrends 2610i all-flash array via fully redundant 12Gb SAS cables to deliver desired amounts of additional storage and speed. The 2502j operates with the head unit's auto-tiering capabilities to intelligently promote and demote data between tiers for optimal performance of users' most critical and frequently accessed data.