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New versions of award-winning products add greater capacity, up to 100x faster data recovery and 60 to 80 percent lower TCO across larger workloads and more applications
Santa Clara, CA, April 3, 2012 –/BackupReview.info/– StorSimple today announced the immediate availability of its extended family of cloud-integrated enterprise storage products.
The new StorSimple 5020, 5520, 7020 and 7520 appliances with software version 2.0 support larger enterprise workloads and data sets with an increased capacity amount of up to 100TB of usable local storage. Performance enhancements in cloud data management provide up to 100x faster cloud-based disaster recovery compared to traditional backup in the cloud. These new capabilities allow customers to use StorSimple to reduce storage TCO by 60 to 80 percent and further drive cloud-integrated enterprise storage to mainstream use cases.
Cloud-integrated enterprise storage is an emerging category of storage solution that consolidates primary,archive, backup and disaster recovery through seamless integration with the cloud. By combining SAN storage and cloud data management on an enterprise-class platform, these appliances enable new levels of speed, simplicity and reliability for backup and recovery while reducing both primary and data protection costs.
“A wide range of Fortune 1000 enterprises across verticals like retail, oil and gas, manufacturing, services, consumer goods, healthcare and banking as well as government customers have done their first storage deployments on public clouds using StorSimple,” said Ursheet Parikh, StorSimple co-founder and CEO. “For these customers, the choice comes down to continuing status quo or working to leverage the cloud, and this disruption has led to the emergence of the cloud-integrated enterprise storage market segment. We are leading this disruption with our award-winning products that integrate the cloud with enterprise storage infrastructure and processes.”
“The StorSimple solution automatically stores inactive data and snapshots from our SAN in the cloud, which has made a huge difference in the amount of time we spend managing storage,” said Luke Gracie director of information technology at InventHelp, “The cost is comparable to what you’d spend for a traditional SAN array, but you get additional features such as deduplication, compression, tiering and cloud-based disaster recovery – all with a single system.”
The second-generation of StorSimple appliances, the 5020, 5520, 7020 and 7520, include a number of important new capabilities in the following areas:
Higher Local Capacity and Greater Performance
Cloud Data Management
To improve customers’ cloud resiliency and vendor diversification, StorSimple appliances now can store complete sets of data across two different cloud providers or regional locations. As a result, customers can use one provider or geographic location for primary cloud storage and another for backup – using a single StorSimple appliance and the CloudClone™ feature. Expanded cloud provider support now includes storage services from Google, HP and Rackspace, as well as Amazon’s Reduced Redundancy Storage (RRS).
StorSimple 5020 and 7020 appliances with software version 2.0 have already achieved VMware Ready certification and the 5520 and 7520 are expected to achieve the same certification in Q2 2012.
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For more information please go to http://www.storsimple.com/cloud-integrated-enterprise-storage
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