Modular, highly available IP video servers and storage systems that easily scale from a single unit to as many units as required with no single point failure, which is ideal for power and space concious applications.
Download N-Block Brochure (PDF) N-Block appliances are modular, highly available IP video servers and storage systems. They easily scale from a single unit to as many units as you require, with no single point of failure, which is ideal for power and space conscious applications.
Redundant Hardware N-Block can be configured to provide many redundant components which include server controllers, power supplies, and network controllers within the single unit form factor or across the network onto the cloud.
Scale Up & Scale Out The only solution that gives you what you need when you need it. You can start with a single unit and easily expand storage, processing power, and/or application/VMS without compromising availability.
Virtual Servers At the heart of the N-Block lives an operating system which provides a virtual environment for multiple applications running on multiple platforms. This allows the capability to run multiple VMS with different features and capabilities on the same server.
Highly Available & Versatile Storage Systems N-Block provides many levels of storage redundancies which include RAID within the local disks as well as mirroring and backup across multiple local and cloud storage systems. It supports both iSCSI SAN and NAS storage systems.
Application/VMS Failover N-Block provides the capability to automatically start an application on different hardware, once the primary hardware fails. The new application instance would have full access to all the necessary data including historical data.
Input an estimate of the amount of storage you will need. Your available storage capacity will decrease depending on the RAID level you choose. Do not include hot spares in your raw storage calculation.
Input the amount of data you currently have in use. This will be used to generate an estimate on the number of disks you will need for this amount of available storage, after accounting for the RAID level.