Axxana Phoenix Black Box.
Nothing overlooked. Nothing left to chance.
Built to sustain business continuity in worst-case scenarios.
Axxana Phoenix Black Box disaster proof storage solutions bring zero data loss and rapid recovery to your enterprise, without the costs and limitations of traditional disaster recovery solution. Most people think of a black box as a disaster-proof container that protects data statically until the box is physically retrieved and the data is manually extracted.
The Phoenix Black Box is far more sophisticated and intelligent, containing dynamic compute, storage, and network capabilities that must be protected under extreme environmental conditions.
Those vital capabilities impose design requirements that make even the most dauntless engineer’s head spin.
In developing the Black Box, Axxana engineers faced stringent, often-competing requirements related to thermodynamics, statics, materials science, electronics, and more. How do we seal the Black Box against heat, fire, and water while the heat from components within the box needs to dissipate?
How do we encase the Black Box in layers of protection while allowing communication signals to pass through without degradation? Relentless research, experimentation, and product testing—along with a whole lot of inspiration—have gone into solving these kinds of complex challenges and designing a disaster-proof computer that not only protects data during a disaster, but also reliably transfers data after the event.
Now you have a choice. Axxana’s Phoenix solutions bring zero data loss and rapid recovery to your enterprise—without the costs and limitations of traditional disaster recovery solutions.
The Days of Compromise Are Over.
Traditional disaster recovery solutions—whether using synchronous replication, asynchronous replication, or some combination of the two—often require significant trade-offs related to cost, data loss, recovery time, performance, and data center location. Many organizations are forced to choose between synchronous replication, with its high cost and distance limitations, or lower-cost asynchronous replication with its inevitable data loss resulting in a slow and often risky recovery. Even combined sync-async topologies are vulnerable to data loss in the event of regional outages or rolling disasters—not to mention their prohibitive cost.
Axxana’s Phoenix solutions provide the best of all worlds—mitigating risks, increasing efficiencies, and lowering costs in a wide range of use cases. Whatever your data protection and disaster recovery challenges are, Axxana changes the game.
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