Klas Telecom has announced that, after rigorous testing, VMware now supports vSANâ¢ hyper-converged infrastructure on the Klas Telecom Voyager Tactical Data Center (TDC), a low size, weight and power (SWaP), enterprise-grade compute and data storage network system that is easily deployable and purpose-built for tactical environments, the company said.
The new VMware vSAN validation includes support for NVMe and builds on Voyager TDC receiving VMware Readyâ¢ status for VMware vSphereÂ® last year. Now, VMware will support vSAN, vSphere and vCenter in production deployments and will work with customers to approve their configurations.
By using Voyager TDC with VMware vSphere and vSAN, organizations can rapidly and easily deploy an enterprise-grade storage and compute network in the size of an airline carry-on rollaway case so users can access, collect, store, process, analyze and disseminate high volumes of data locally, or in theater, rather than having to rely on bandwidth-constrained backhaul to access an offsite data center. Voyager TDC is designed to military ruggedization standards and provides the highest compute performance per watt and storage per cubic inch than any other solution available in both the tactical and enterprise markets.
Klas Telecom is an engineering and design company with over 25 years of experience developing innovative communications solutions for the network edge. Klas Telecom delivers connectivity to remote and austere environments where low size, weight, power and ruggedization are required. The company specializes in integrating enterprise networking capabilities from global IT leaders with in-house hardware and software platforms designed to meet market demands and the most stringent environmental requirements. The company employs staff across four offices located in Washington, DC; Herndon, VA; Tampa, FL; and Dublin, Ireland.