Enable unprecedented levels of automation and agility with cloud computing solutions.
Do you need data available at the speed of light? If so, consider the HPE Complete Nokia 1830PSS Solution.
Support for solutions that offer both low latency and zero data loss, protection from disasters and that span wide geographical areas (a cyclone, for example) is expensive because they generally require extremely large replication links (high speed) with high recurring monthly costs due to carrier service providers. HPE 3PAR Remote Copy can help limit these costs with our Synchronous Long Distance topology where data is replicated to a nearby data center in synchronous replication mode using Nokia Photonic Switch PSS 1830. The distances can now be extended up to 130 km.
Secure Fiber Optic Data Center Interconnect
Rather than using a public carrier, the combined HPE 3PAR Nokia 1830 Synchronous Replication Solution, certified by a third party, allows for DCI to DCI connections up to 130km without mid-point equipment over your dark fiber network.
The Nokia 1830 PSS Solution can manage specific physical and logical security risks regarding individual network elements, including secure device configuration.
Very Low Latency for Synchronous Replication
Latency requirements for mission-critical applications usually dictate the fastest and most efficient technology for transport of those applications. The HPE Complete Nokia 1830PSS Solution has been engineered to meet the most stringent latency requirements.
In-flight Hardware Based L1 Encryption
Using industry standard AES-256 shared key encryption of your HPE 3PAR synchronous replication DCI to DCI, the 1830 utilizes hardware based in flight encryption that not only reduces latency, but also provides for full payload encryption.
Scalable 20-200G+ Solution
The 1830 like the 3PAR Replication Solution is sized for the application and expected growth, the DCI to DCI 1830 equipment can be sized to the network distance and allow for growth starting at 20G replicated data (40G total active no fault through-put).
The various solutions can allow for “in chassis” growth to up to 200G of data.