Today, Quantum announced that it would soon be releasing StorNext 7. The company also announced plans to introduce Quantum ATFS and expand their ActiveScale line before the end of the month. Quantum got its start in 1980 as a disk drive manufacturer. In 2001, they sold their manufacturing division to Maxtor (which was later bought by Seagate), so they could focus on their integrated storage system business. StorNext, a software-defined file system, is their core product, but they also offer surveillance and shared storage appliances.
Today, Quantum announced that it would soon be releasing StorNext 7. The company also announced plans to introduce Quantum ATFS and expand their Active
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