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Seagate Technology & Object Matrix join forces to offer scalable storage solutions

Object Matrix Ltd and Seagate® Technology Holdings plc have announced a joint collaboration to enhance their on-premise solution enabling customers the ability to scale-out their storage up to and beyond 200PB.

Seagate’s Exos® CORVAULT™self-healing, high-density data storage redefines petabyte-scale storage infrastructure with industry-leading innovation in every aspect of the system. CORVAULT is designed to streamline data management and reduce human intervention for macro edge and data center environments with five-nines availability.

MatrixStore, by Object Matrix, is a media focused object storage platform with built-in security, analytics, and intuitive interfaces providing future proof access to your content from anywhere

Running MatrixStore on top of the CORVAULT self-healing block storage system provides encryption at rest with Seagate Secure™ self-encrypting drive technology, erasure coding, and all of MatrixStore’s usual features such as Digital Content Governance (audit, immutability and business continuity), enhanced metadata management, hybrid cloud workflows and media management via Vision application.

Hybrid cloud workflows are directly supported and can utilize Seagate Lyve™ Cloud together with on-prem MatrixStore object storage. Enabling multicloud freedom, Lyve Cloud is a simple, trusted and efficient storage solution, with long-term cost predictability meaning you’ll never be surprised by your cloud bill. 

This exciting collaboration between Object Matrix and Seagate therefore allows you to build a seamless and long-term on-prem, hybrid, and cloud workflow solution for your media storage needs.

Jonathan Morgan, CEO, at Object Matrix says: “Seagate makes best in class storage systems and their Lyve Cloud solution whilst Object Matrix brings 18 years of experience making media and metadata easy to manage and secure across large libraries. By working closely with the Seagate project team on this collaboration we believe we are bringing something unique to the media industry – the chance to manage your media and metadata from on-prem to cloud within a joined-up secure and scalable solution set.”

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