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19 Feb 2014
Johannesburg, SA – Feb. 19, 2014 — /BackupReview.info/ — Attix5, an international data protection software and cloud solution provider, has announced the release of the Titanium Appliance, a complete onsite backup and recovery solution pre-installed with Attix5 software.
This will enable any organisation to easily backup all desktops, laptops and servers on a single onsite device, which is optimised for fast, secure backups using Attix5 software. The ability to link multiple appliances offers the scalability that businesses require to support growth and expansion.
This once-off purchase (including unlimited licences and software updates) ensures that an organisation’s entire data is backed up on-site via the LAN with the option to mirror to an offsite location or private cloud.
The Titanium Appliance offers the best of both worlds – LAN for fast restore and offsite storage in the case of disaster recovery.
However, it is the option to extend this backup service onto the cloud – either through self-service or backup as a service (BaaS) – that enhances the appeal of the solution and combined technology.
Robert Kellerman, marketing manager of Attix5, says there is a demand for backup solutions that offer flexibility, scalability and reliability.
To this end, the Titanium Appliance uses Attix5′s integrated de-duplication to reduce the space as well as network resources required for backups, and still provides full protection and recovery for both physical and virtual environments.
“This level of protection is offered irrespective of what server infrastructure is home to the data,” says Kellerman.
Attix5 backup software, featuring the Titanium Appliance, offers support for Microsoft Exchange, SQL Server and virtual instances on VMware, Hyper-V and more.
“This is a powerful offering that offers users true peace of mind regarding the backup of data, as well as the availability of cloud-based options to cater for all sizes of companies and meet all existing and expected requirements,” Kellerman adds.
The company was established in 1999 and has grown exponentially through the years in terms of actual size, in market share and as a recognised brand, designed to support network growth.
Attix5′s focus is on security, virtualisation and the cloud as technology forces that continue to empower operations.
The company places a premium on the reliability, quality and practicality of solutions. To this end, it has invested heavily in de-duplication technology, and it also uses FIPS-compliant Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption for security.
The company’s portfolio of services incorporates connection to a public cloud hosted platform for distributed clients, private cloud and LAN backups with an off-site copy in a hosted or DR environment, as well as full enterprise-wide private or hybrid cloud solution.
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