GB Labs Qualifies ATTO 360 For Faster Performance

GB Labs has partnered with ATTO Technology, and has qualified ATTO 360 Tuning, Monitoring, and Analytics Software with GB Labs CORE.4 operating system.

GB Labs explain that a network built with ATTO FastFrame Ethernet adapters and ThunderLink Thunderbolt adapters can be optimised to perform far better than what’s commonly expected of Ethernet networks.

“ATTO 360 Tuning, Monitoring, and Analytics Software helps users easily and quickly tune networks to achieve maximum performance,” says GB Labs CEO-CTO Dominic Harland.

“Any storage system can only be as good as the quality of the connection it has to creative workstations or processing platforms. This is especially true of our high-end Space and FastNAS platforms, which are so powerful and intuitive that they can actually be let down by a substandard link to the workstations they are there to drive.

“We have now qualified ATTO 360 software with our CORE.4 OS environment, which means that users of both technologies can be confident they are consistently getting the top performance and most efficient operation from all systems at all times.”

GB Labs says its systems use learning algorithms that automatically adjust storage performance to always deliver the power when and where it is needed. However, even this is entirely dependent on a network storage infrastructure being well tuned.

Harland added, “Our in-house R&D team found that partnering our systems with ATTO 360 Ethernet tuning capabilities makes it very easy to configure and enable pre-sets for certain file types that in turn take full advantage of the newly optimised connection speed to get the most out of our storage solutions.”

“The ability to instantly select between high throughput, low latency and multi stream settings at the click of a button for each profile, makes ATTO 360 an equally intuitive complement to enable our range of systems to improve respective workflows even more.”

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