TrueNAS M-Series Open Storage systems have been successfully deployed to capture data created by an advanced seismic monitoring system. Measuring seismic activity on the City of Pasadena’s unused dark fiber-optic network, which was installed 30 years ago, will give the city and its citizens earthquake impact and damage predictions for each neighborhood in the area with the goal of improving public safety.
TrueNAS CORE Open Storage 12.0 has been recognized as a finalist in the Storage System and Application Software category of the 2020 TechTarget/SearchStorage Product of the Year Awards. The Open Storage platform was selected for addressing the age-old challenge of reducing proprietary enterprise storage costs while advancing features, performance, and ease of use.
The TrueNAS Open Storage portfolio was expanded today with the addition of TrueCommand™ Cloud – a cloud-based service to simplify 24×365 TrueNAS management. As a major upgrade to the iXsystems Channel Partner Program, the cloud-based management software for TrueNAS deployments enables revenue producing services for partners moving into managed storage service delivery.
iXsystems today announced that the TrueNAS M60 unified storage system, powered by the fast and efficient TrueNAS 12.0 operating system and OpenZFS filesystem, has been named among the finalists in the 2020 SDC Awards under the Storage Hardware Innovation of the Year category.
The TrueNAS Open Storage portfolio expands with the TrueNAS R-Series storage systems and the TrueNAS SCALE Open Source HyperConverged Infrastructure (HCI) software. The new R-Series storage systems include four models designed for maximum density, performance, Open Storage flexibility, and cost savings. TrueNAS SCALE introduces easy-to-manage hyperconvergence based on scale-out OpenZFS.
iXsystems Appoints Chin-Fah Heoh as TrueNAS APAC General Manager to Address Regional Demand for Open Storage
iXsystems, the leader in Open Source storage, announced today the appointment of Chin-Fah Heoh as General Manager for the APAC region. In his new position, Mr. Heoh will be tasked with expanding the company’s partner ecosystem and presence as demand for Enterprise-class Open Storage accelerates among Asia Pacific businesses and governmental organizations.
The TrueNAS Open Storage portfolio expanded today with the TrueNAS Mini X storage appliance – optimized for storage at the edge. Designed for remote, branch, and other office environments, the new appliance utilizes the latest OpenZFS software, business-class security, and management with compelling features and performance.
iXsystems is excited to launch the TrueNAS M60, a unified enterprise storage system powered by the significantly faster TrueNAS 12.0 operating system. The TrueNAS M60 represents a leap forward in OpenZFS storage performance to meet demanding virtualization, multimedia, and backup applications.
iXsystems, the leader in Open Source storage, starts 2020 strongly after four years of >50% compound annual revenue growth in its TrueNAS product family. This momentum reflects the steady adoption of Open Source storage, the cutting-edge TrueNAS M-Series, and power-efficient TrueNAS X-Series storage appliances. Unlike other storage “startups”, iXsystems is self-funded and was cash-flow positive for 2019.
iXsystems has released FreeNAS 11.3 and has also begun taking orders for TrueNAS X-Series and M-Series systems with TrueNAS 11.3. Version 11.3 represents another major advancement in the quality and functionality of the leading Open Storage platform. Building upon the very popular API and Web UI improvements of the previous release, 11.3 introduces easy-setup wizards, major replication improvements, and over 500 other enhancements.