Storage Equipment - NetApp

Great value on network storage equipment solutions from NetApp.

BCNET signed an amendment to the existing NetApp contract in February 2017 (expires January 2020). All members can participate in the NetApp contract and take advantage of the competitive, pre-negotiated pricing.

Benefits
  • Greatly reduces data backup and storage equipment costs
  • Streamlines storage technology for higher education
  • Provides the flexibility for members to purchase equipment as required
  • Simplifies the buying process

Adapt faster to changing business needs and deliver core IT requirements for uptime, scalability, and cost efficiency. The powerful NetApp® FAS8000/8200 and FAS 2500/2600 Series hybrid storage systems are built for business-critical workloads that demand high performance (up to 4M IOPS), multi-PB scale, and leading flash integration.

Respond flexibly to changing business requirements. Build a foundation for a data fabric that enables you to maintain control of your data as you grow—on premises and in the cloud. Deliver performance across a broad range of SAN and NAS workloads.

Streamline IT operations. Leverage simplified management and proven cloud integration to deploy the FAS8000/3200 and FAS2500/2600 in your data center or hybrid cloud. Non-disruptive operations simplify long-term scaling and improve uptime.

Deliver more value. Increase utilization and improve long-term ROI by way of proven storage efficiency and price/performance. Leverage your existing investments in third-party storage arrays using NetApp FlexArray™ storage virtualization software to consolidate them behind the FAS8000/8200 & FAS2500/2600.

Data Sheets

All Flash FAS Products

FAS Products

StorageGRID Webscale Appliance

SolidFire Products

OnCommand Insight (OCI) – Storage Resource Management Software

 

How to access

Please contact Jim Knutsen, Enterprise Account Executive, NetApp.

Office: (1) 250-216-4362


expiry date: JANUARY 31, 2020


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