Vector Data Launches NetApp-Based Carrier-Grade Vault AFF A250 Data Storage System for 5G and NFV Infrastructure

Vector data, a manufacturer of rugged, carrier-grade, custom computing systems, today announced the general availability of the Vault AFF A250, the latest system in its Vault data storage line. Joining the Vault AFF A800 and others, the new Vault AFF A250 end-to-end all-flash NVMe system provides telcos with the highest data storage performance to accelerate their mission-critical application needs, security and reliability to keep customer data highly available and secure, and the simplicity and flexibility that agile organizations need.

Available with -48 VDC or 100-240 VAC power supplies, the Vault AFF A250 can be deployed at any site, including central office, edge, and RAN. Vault A250 is also available with optional NEBS Level 3, ETSI and ATT-TP-76200 certifications and other global telecom certifications. The Vault AFF A250 has been tested in extremely high and low temperatures, in humid and dusty environments and has passed earthquake, shock and vibration tests and many other rigorous tests.

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Based on the NetApp AFF A250 storage appliance, Vector Data’s Vault AFF A250 uses a 2U shallow-depth chassis small enough to be deployed in edge or RAN locations. An optional dust filter frame allows the system to be deployed in dusty environments. The system supports 24 internal NVMe drives and an additional 24 NVMe drives with a 2U expansion shelf.

Powered by NetApp ONTAP software with industry-leading Kubernetes and OpenStack compatibility, the Vault AFF A250 is a perfect choice for 5G and NFV deployments. Ransomware protection, S3 compatibility, storage efficiency including compression and deduplication, high-performance data mirroring, and space-saving data cloning are just a few of the many features.

Vector Data has been providing carrier-grade data systems to telecommunications operators for over 15 years. Vector Data is a member of the O-RAN Alliance, the Telecom Infra Project (TIP), the Open Networking Foundation (ONF) and actively participates in several other open telecommunications projects.

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