This includes the company’s recently launched analytics, monitoring and statistics tool, Sense. Sense enables the collection of real-time statistics of storage infrastructure usage, real-time monitoring of hardware and analytics of both usage and the types of information being stored. Sense is a framework that can also deliver monitoring, analytics and statistics to alternative dashboards or that can be used stand alone as the central place to view and analyse how assets are being used.
At Mediatech Africa 2019, Object Matrix will also be discussing how it has helped organisations such as BT, ITN, Orange, and many more, by implementing its object storage platform. Having replaced LTO libraries or aging storage silos, its customers can now monetise their archive and connect with global teams.
The company will also be presenting on how it is helping some of the world’s biggest sports brands and associations to implement private or hybrid cloud storage platforms to satisfy the constant demand from their communities for more content.
Visit Object Matrix at Mediatech Africa 2019, taking place from 17 – 19 July at the Ticketpro Dome, Johannesburg.