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The Huawei OceanStor scale-out Storage series helps enterprises unlock the value of massive data, offering diversified storage for applications such as virtualization and cloud resource pools, big data analytics, High Performance Computing (HPC), video, content repository, backup, and archiving.
IDC Market Rankings
First place in IDC's PRC Software-Defined Storage (SDS) Market Overview, Q4, 2021.
Ranked second in both IO500 and 10-node lists.
Test verification: recommended as the next generation storage system designed for High-Performance Data Analytics (HPDA).
Interop Best of Show Awards
Winner of the Grand Prize in the Server & Storage category at Interop Tokyo 2021.
We are deeply impressed by the customer-centric working attitude of Huawei engineers. The product itself is very responsive, easy to use for unstructured data, and highly scalable. More
-- Industry Architect
We needed a new type of storage to replace the traditional centralized storage. After a PoC test, we found that the reliability and scalability of Huawei distributed storage can be realized. The storage capacity can be expanded quickly and the management interface functions are complete. More
-- IT Technical Director in the Finance Industry
Huawei is experienced with distributed storage products. The storage is stable with different networks. And I do like the unified platform idea. More
-- CTO in the Manufacturing Sector
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New-gen intelligent distributed storage products with superb scale-out capabilities and in various product forms, meeting the needs of a wide range of applications such as high-performance computing (HPC), AI applications, virtualization/cloud resource pools, databases, big data analytics, and backup and archiving of distributed.
An all-flash distributed storage system that houses eight storage nodes per 5U chassis, all using NVMe SSDs, offering outstanding performance, capacity, and scalability to support performance-intensive unstructured data workloads.Learn More
An all-flash SSD distributed storage system that features one node per 2U chassis, offering outstanding performance and flexible component configurations to meet the access requirements of diverse structured and unstructured data workloads.Learn More
A large-capacity distributed storage system that houses 120 disks per 5U chassis, offering superb cost-effectiveness and scalability, and supporting large-scale unstructured data workloads.Learn More
A distributed storage system that houses one node per 4U chassis, offering high capacity density and flexible component configurations to meet the access requirements of diverse structured and unstructured data workloads.Learn More
A distributed storage system that houses one node per 2U chassis, offering multiple device types and flexible component configurations to meet the access requirements of diverse structured and unstructured data workloads.Learn More
Scale-out file storage with fully symmetric distributed architecture stores hundreds of PBs and achieves TB/s throughput.
Virtual/Cloud Resource PoolWhen transitioning from physical to virtual and cloud architecture, distributed storage is essential.
Intelligent Video StorageIntelligent video storage is vital to Smart City projects, with widespread application in resource waste awareness and vehicle recognition. This can generate dozens of PBs of video and image data for a medium-sized city.
Shanghai Astronomical Observatory has deployed Huawei OceanStor mass data storage to build prototype core service storage architecture for the Square Kilometer Array (SKA), an international scientific project that aims to build the world's largest radio telescope, with the aim of eventually having a collection area of over a square kilometer in total.
Sinopec Geophysical Research Institute (SGRI), a subsidiary of the China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (Sinopec), acts as an advisory body for the development of geophysical prospecting technology in China. In addition, it serves as a Research and Development (R&D) center for advanced and core geophysics technology as well as geophysical software, helping to popularize the use of each, along with providing technical support to important geophysical prospecting projects.