Store Your Data Anywhere

Store Your Data Anywhere

The flexibility to store your data anywhere while taking advantage of cloud compute and storage - starts here.

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Put An Edge in Cloud NAS

Get An Edge on NAS Infrastructure

Learn how Avere FXT Edge Filers untether the power of cloud for enterprises.

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Make Your Nas Flexible & Fast

Flexible NAS for Cloud

Discover the most flexible, fastest filers in your data center at less than half the cost.

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See Who Uses Avere

See Who Uses Avere

From rendering the next blockbuster to discovering life-saving clinical treatments, Avere is driving innovation through its storage solutions.

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STORE YOUR DATA ANYWHERE

DATA CENTER FLEXIBILITY STARTS HERE

Your business is about creating, discovering, developing, and managing. Isn’t it time that these aren’t restricted or delayed by high storage costs, massive overhauls, network latency, and security concerns? Avere Systems gives you the flexibility to leverage the cloud in conjunction with your existing infrastructure to eliminate common challenges.

 

PUT AN EDGE IN THE CLOUD

CONNECTING ENTERPRISE TO HYBRID CLOUD NAS

Adding physical and virtual Avere FXT Edge filers to your NAS architecture creates a high performance, scalable, highly available Hybrid Cloud NAS environment that is easily managed. Your data is flexible, mobile and accessible to cloud and on-premises resources.

 
Find your Edge. 
Learn more about Avere’s FXT Series Edge filers.
 

Why Use Avere?

UNMATCHED FLEXIBILITY AND BLAZING FAST PERFORMANCE AT A FRACTION OF THE COST

With Avere, you can support it all — everything from routine file sharing to high performance applications, from integrated cloud storage to cloud bursting without moving your data, and so much more. The Avere FXT Edge Filer will be the fastest, most flexible filer in your infrastructure. 

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