Active Archive Alliance Welcomes New Member MT-C

April 4th, 2017 by Peter Faulhaber

We are pleased to welcome our newest member, MT-C, to the Active Archive Alliance. MT-C simplifies access to content through its intelligent catalog and metadata, and brings a unique solution for an active archive that lowers storage total cost of ownership.

MT-C’s solutions are a great fit with the Alliance, which is focused on promoting active archives for simplified access to all of your data, all of the time.  Active archive technologies include file systems, active archive applications, cloud storage, high density tape and disk storage.

Here’s a little background on MT-C and its core active archive product NODEUM:

  • Belgium-based MT-C is a fast growing software engineering company specializing in data storage and protection systems. The company provides solutions for companies that need guaranteed and flawless protection for their data, and serves a multitude of industries including biomedical and genetics research centers, cloud service providers, broadcasting and post-production, spatial centers, video surveillance, retail, banks and insurance.
  • MT-C’s key solution, NODEUM, is a highly scalable, hybrid software-defined storage platform that virtualizes attached storage nodes as flash, disks, high capacity tapes and cloud. Its embedded file management classification feature allows organizations to analyze their data content and to predict their future needs in terms of ILM (information lifecycle management). Its integrated content catalog, custom metadata tagging and search engine provides the classification to store, and retrieve massive volumes of structured and unstructured data. Storing and accessing data has never been easier. Futhermore, NODEUM lowers storage total cost of ownership with its high-density capacity and optimized active archival system and offers optimal, secure and long-term management of data.

With today’s fast-paced proliferation of long-term data and the growth of data sources and types, active archives are seeing increasingly strong interest and demand. We continue to expand memberships in the Active Archive Alliance with companies whose products support active archiving and that enable organizations to implement the best solution to fit their specific long-term storage and archiving needs.

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Author: Peter Faulhaber, President, Fujifilm Recording Media U.S.A, Inc.

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