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As enterprises rethink their file storage strategies, they are shifting from traditional NAS systems to cloud-native solutions that provide fast, secure user and application data access wherever they are. This shift is driving massive growth in edge data processing and distributed cloud computing.
CTERA offers a software-defined file platform that is purpose-built for distributed enterprises seeking cloud scale, multi-site collaboration, and centralized management across global locations without impacting data performance or privacy. CTERA is end-to-end HPE enabled for HPE ProLiant and HPE Apollo servers, HPE SimpliVity systems for branch file storage, HPE Nimble dHCI for high-performance, and HPE Solutions for Scality for scale-out object storage in the datacenter.
CTERA and HPE extends the cloud to the edge of the network with secure and accelerated solutions to meet any office or roaming user file services requirement.
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Powerful cloud-enabled edge filers that replace traditional NAS and file servers at remote locations and enable distributed enterprises to tier data to low-cost cloud and object storage.
A complete suite of enterprise file services from edge to cloud, including file storage and collaboration, backup and disaster recovery, and advanced cloud caching.
Multi-site file sharing and collaboration across a global namespace, traditional ROBO IT storage silos of data are decreased.
Dramatic ROBO infrastructure consolidation and increased ease of management and savings.
Built-in cloud failover, allowing IT admins to easily overcome hardware failures and drive user productivity.
CTERA and HPE bring the benefits of cloud data management to hyperconverged environments, simplifying edge computing and global file services for distributed enterprises.
The CTERA Cloud Service for HPE SimpliVity Edge Filer delivers a fast, secure, and efficient hyperconverged based solution to consolidate a wide range of edge IT infrastructure and to power enterprise file services from edge to cloud.
CTERA File for HPE Nimble Storage dHCI powers core/data center file use cases, including NAS replacement/modernization; edge data processing; and data protection.
Together CTERA and HPE HCI solutions provide an all-in-one edge storage and compute platform for running virtualized local workloads while enabling dramatic improvements for file access from edge to cloud.
CTERA and HPE HCI solutions dramatically reduce costs through infrastructure consolidation and hyperscale cloud object storage.
CTERA and HPE extend your corporate file system to users working anyplace and empowers them to be highly productive through familiar SMB/CIFS protocols.
CTERA’s edge filers and endpoint clients connect any number of remote sites and users to a global file system powered by your existing storage infrastructure.
Ensure distributed users stay connected through CTERA's CTERA’s highly optimized data transfer protocol. Help users overcome the last stage of connectivity, reducing WAN traffic to make work from home users feel as though they were in the office.
Maintain your existing security model. Keep your firewall and protect data moving from edge to cloud. Learn why CTERA is trusted by the U.S. Department of Defense and other security-focused organizations.
CTERA Drive Share allows enterprise and service provider organizations to deliver modern content collaboration services within the confines of their firewall.
Users can access their files from any device via software clients, mobile apps, and web browsers. Additionally, users can share files ad-hoc and in project teams, synchronize folders between multiple devices, and synchronize the cloud.
CTERA Drive Share eliminates the data privacy and governance concerns associated with public SaaS file sharing solutions.
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