NetApp is thrilled to be partnering with the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team as it climbs up the leaderboard of the world’s premier all-electric racing series. From factory to track, NetApp® cloud technology offers the team access to real-time data at the speed of the public cloud for fast decisions that lead to race wins.
The ABB FIA Formula E World Championship is a technology showcase and with data the defining element, NetApp enables us to move huge amounts of data at high speed across edge, core and cloud so we can design better, faster cars and maximize our performance.
Friedemann Kurz, Head of Porsche Motorsport IT
The TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team would be at a standstill without plenty of performance everywhere. Global File Cache gives engineers low-latency access to a common dataset across edge devices—from the on-premises HQ center to pit row at racetracks around the globe.
For the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team, a consistent data experience is key. Managed through NetApp® Cloud Volumes ONTAP, the team’s core storage platform acts as a hub that consolidates all of its data, everywhere.
From development to chequered flag, the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team needs its data to be there when it needs it. NetApp® Cloud Backup delivers the highest possible data availability with integrated backup and archive layers.
Next-generation vehicles and the focus on mobility services generate huge volumes of data. No wonder NetApp is trusted by 9 out of 10 automotive OEMS and suppliers to create data fabrics that accelerate their digital transformation. Fast tracking core processes in the cloud allows them to build better and improve the customer experience.
German sportscar maker and serial winner in international motorsports competition, Porsche, enters its third season of Formula E with German drivers Andre Lotterer and Pascal Wehrlein behind the wheel of the Porsche 99X Electric. Keep up with the team all season long as it powers toward victory.
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