DediPower, a managed hosting company, has created a portfolio of storage offerings that use cloud-based principles to deliver storage capability for small, medium and large scale enterprises.
The company claims that the new storage offerings provide high-speed access, real-time data recovery and high capacity storage, and are available in designed-to-fit formats. The storage offerings range from full blown private cloud storage, to cloud-style virtualised and hybrid offerings and the architecture supports real-time disaster recovery.
DediPower also operates two data centres, in parallel, from separate locations linked via high speed fibre optic to provide off-site back-up.
DediPower creates cloud storage offerings including Hewlett Packard’s Lefthand SANs (storage area networks). This uses scale-out architecture to provide data replication and automatically balance data volumes across all storage resources. It also allows shared storage to be deployed within virtual server environments using existing infrastructures.
The company said that it can custom design cloud-style storage offerings using software from Parascale to create self-managing storage clouds with the flexibility to function simultaneously as a multi- tenant cloud, economical NAS pool, analytic storage platform or integrated virtual computing platform.
Craig Martin, CEO of DediPower Managed Hosting, said: We also offer a host of other data storage solutions that utilise the latest infrastructure and systems architecture to provide the best storage solutions to meet our clients’ strategic and operational goals.
“Where it’s purely about high volume, low cost data storage, we provide consolidated SAN solutions. These simply network with existing servers to build fully redundant, scalable systems, with the ability to add storage to suit business needs as they evolve.