Midrange Solutions, Inc. is focused on supporting solutions from today’s leading storage manufacturers and our certified storage specialists can help you:

  • Make the most of your existing storage investments
  • Adhere to security regulations and industry compliance
  • Back it all up, all the time
  • Keep it running, with no planned or unplanned downtime

We offer our clients storage solutions to unify, manage and protect their data in a hybrid multi-cloud world. We offer hardware, software and solutions to drive innovation and help determine how to effectively use technology advancements.

The sheer volume of data coupled with the enhanced analysis capabilities available today means that businesses now have the potential to get a better understanding of how their customers behave in the past and present as well as possibly the future.

This veritable wealth of data can be mined and manipulated into actionable information that can help solve key business problems, sell more products or services and everything in between.

Data Analytics has become an important competitive differention from which most any business can benefit.

Midrange Cloud Storage

We offer solutions for all your data needs.

Flash Storage

Due to its technological advantages, as an all flash storage solution can solve many of today's data growth and accessibility problems in a more efficient and smaller form factor. This allows a higher degree of storage consolidation within the 42U rack, which will save tremendously on data center space. This results in power savings. Also, with advancement in flash technology, the downward price curve means that all flash solutions can now be acquired at the same cost as traditional enterprise disk storage.

Software-defined storage (SDS)

Software-defined storage (SDS) is a computer program that manages data storage resources and functionality and has no dependencies on the underlying physical storage hardware.

Hybrid flash storage arrays

A Hybrid Flash Array is a storage array that utilizes at least two types of storage media, one being Flash storage, the other could be several possible options. These options could be fiber channel, SAS, NL-SAS or SATA drives or any combination.

Storage area networks (SAN)

A Storage Area Network (SAN) is a specialized, high-speed network that provides block-level network access to storage. SANs are typically composed of hosts, switches, storage elements and storage devices that are interconnected using a variety of technologies, topologies and protocols. SANs may also span multiple sites.

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Tape storage

A tape drive is a data storage device that reads and writes data on a magnetic tape. Magnetic tape data storage is typically used for offline, archival data storage. Tape media generally has a favorable unit cost and a long archival stability.

Data protection software

Data protection software enables timely, reliable and secure backup of data from a host device to destination device. It is designed to provide data backup, integrity and security for data backups that are in motion or at rest.

Hybrid cloud Storage

Hybrid cloud is a cloud computing environment that uses a mix of on-premises, private cloud and third-party, public cloud services with orchestration between the two platforms.

Storage for AI and big data

An AI-enabled machine is designed to analyze and interpret data and then solve the problem or address the issue based on those interpretations. With machine learning, the computer learns once how to act or react to a certain result and knows in the future to act in the same way.

Storage for containers

The physical server than runs several virtual machines, each with its own OS, with a single hypervisor emulation layer on top. By running several OS’ simultaneously, there is a lot of overhead on the server as resources get used and the number of virtual machines is limited to but a few.

In contrast, with container technology, the server runs a single OS, as each container is able to share this single OS with the other containers on the server.

With unstoppable growth and the amount of data due to a variety of applications and industry/government regulations, managers are being forced to control costs but implement long term storage strategies.