SvSAN with Schneider Electric

All-in-one solutions tailored for edge computing environments

The leanest, most lightweight edge solution possible

Delivering lightweight high availability on the leanest possible IT with StorMagic SvSAN and the APC EcoStruxure Micro Data Center range.

There are many advantages to edge locations and small datacenters processing data onsite. These include reduced latency that enables ‘smart processes’ using IoT processors, as well as a low cost and easy to manage method of running mission critical applications. 

StorMagic SvSAN and Schneider Electric are working together to provide organizations with the leanest, most lightweight possible solutions to deliver the high availability that they need. These solutions remedy common edge pain points such as:

  • Limited or non-existent onsite IT support
  • Budget constraints
  • Part and people delays
  • Limited space

Explore the solutions that StorMagic and Schneider Electric have built together below.

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'Edge in a Box'

StorMagic and Schneider Electric have come together to create the ‘Edge in a Box’ - the most lightweight virtual SAN on the market, with any two x86 servers (including the HPE ProLiant range), on APC’s EcoStruxure Micro Data Center C-Series 6U Wall Mount.

The 'Edge in a Box' enables the creation of highly available clusters and storage in the smallest possible footprint - perfect for typical edge computing environments.

Check out the resources and video below to learn more about the 'Edge in a Box' solution and how Schneider Electric and StorMagic are working together.

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'Branch in a Box'

The 'Branch in a Box' utilizes key components from Schneider Electric’s datacenter infrastructure portfolio including its physical enclosure, UPS, PDU, cooling, environmental monitoring and security and management software. It also includes redundant hyperconverged appliances powered by StorMagic and Dell EMC.

Currently, the 'Branch in a Box' is only available in the United Kingdom, through Exertis.

Read more about the 'Branch in a Box' in the reference architecture.