Managed Storage Services

Fully Managed, scalable and secure Storage Services for Businesses
Storage with built-in redundancy & Scalability
Easily store data from servers, Virtual machines
Scale to infinity while saving on OpEx & CapEx
Support rapid and unexpected data growth without restriction
S3 Compatible Storage API

   Our Managed Storage solution

   An Enterprise quality storage for ordinary Business needs 

Remove restrictions and limitations within your infrastructure by adopting a storage solution that promote scalability and resiliency across your Business. XenSpec Managed Storage Services is engineered on a highly redundant architecture for business continuity , secure access from any location or device. This is the enterprise level Storage solution you need to take your Business to the next level even on a relatively small budget.


Why XenSpec Managed Storage Service


Data encryption at rest and in transit. We make sure to close all public access to your storage area to avoid potential unauthorized access.


Our Storage Area Network (SAN) is built to withstand failure. With a cluster of multiple nodes in replication, your data is made highly available by default.

Cost effective

We guarantee to lower your storage cost while offering a high quality enterprise grade solution. Start saving today with our solution.


Our managed storage is a scalable environment that promotes business continuity. Scale without interruption or downtime even when unexpected.


Regardless of your workload type or data structure, our storage service is flexible enough to adapt. Come experience true customization.


To connect to our storage environment, no extra software or licensing is needed. We will handle all data mount points along with configuration needed.

Get started in 3 Easy steps...

1- Understanding your data type

We get involved at the planning stage to understand your data; its dependencies, its usage frequencies and how it fits within your overall IT infrastructure.

2- Data size and growth projection

We want to know your initial data size and how quickly it intends to grow. We then allocate the right space while planning for your future growth.

3- Deployment and testing

Once all of the above is complete, we deploy the storage space. Before going live, we take the time to test and optimize it for success.

Learn more

What is Object Storage?

Object storage holds data in small pieces called objects and is useful for storing large amounts of unstructured data. Object storage is the most recent of the three main forms of data storage. It’s very affordable and scalable because it can store more data in any form. Many cloud service providers offer cloud object storage, including AWSIBM, and Google.

What is Block Storage?

Block-level storage is a type of storage commonly deployed by larger businesses and enterprises in storage area networks (SANs) and similar large-scale storage systems. Each block in a block-level storage system can be controlled as an individual hard drive, and the blocks are managed by a server operating system.

What is File Storage?

File-level storage is the predominant storage technology used on hard drives, network-attached storage (NAS) systems and similar storage systems. File-level storage stands in contrast to block-level storage in that individual files and folders can be accessed and managed by the storage system, whereas the smaller storage blocks that make up the files and folders cannot be directly controlled.

Frequently Asked Questions

By leveraging our S3 compatible API, customers can expand their storage beyond their current host.  Add another layer of storage location to create a failover or simply scale. Instead of using AWS, you can save money by moving over to our platform as well.

Setting our managed storage solution is very simple and easy when provided with all your technical details. Within 4 Hrs or less, we can usually have a working storage area deployed.

Our SAN is data agnostic. Databases, Web content , Media, files structured or unstructured can be stored.

iSCSI, Fibre Channel, FCoE, NFS, SMB/CIFS, HTTP