Selina Planet designs and implements storage solutions which include software defined storage, hybrid, all flash array, IP Storage, Scale out NAS, Object Storage,  FC SAN storage, Mission critical storage which can be scalable and integrated with all OS platforms. We help customers’ migrate their existing storage to new storage platform.

      Why choose networked storage?

      Networked data storage lets you consolidate your data in one place.

      A far more efficient way to manage, protect and share data.


        Secure and reliable

        Enterprise-brand hardware securely hosted in our data centers.

        Cost effective

        A single investment in centralized storage, with unmetered bandwidth.

        Centralized control

        Centrally manage data security, access and storage hardware.


        Simple management

        That can allow companies to save time and even reduce the number of IT workers needed.


        Secure data sharing

        The productivity benefits of public cloud storage, with private security.

        Consistent data

        Share consolidated data between people, websites and databases

        Storage Options

        Here are some of the options that can be customized for you by our storage experts.

        Network-Attached Storage (NAS)

        Share centralized data between web servers.
        A NAS architecture allows you to connect multiple app servers to centralized storage servers with replication and failover. Each app server accesses the same data.

        Storage Area Network (SAN)

        Robust centralized storage with fast I/O.
        A Storage Area Network (SAN) provides a redundant array of disks seen as a local volume by the servers attached to it, for high availability and faster disk I/O performance than NAS. SAN’s are common virtualization clusters and for providing centralized access to I/O intensive databases.

        High Availability (HA) Cluster

        The ultimate in high availability.
        An HA Cluster contains two or more of each service, like app, file and database servers. Traffic is distributed by a load balancer that also ensures failover in the event of hardware or application failure.