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March 29, 2012

SEPATON introduces fourth generation data protection platforms

The data protection platforms will protect the petabytes of data by meeting backup windows

By CBR Staff Writer

Disk-based data protection applications provider SEPATON is planning to introduce S2100-ES2 Series 2920 and S2100-DS3 Series 2000 applications.

The new applications are the company’s fourth generation data protection platforms that promise to deliver scalability, performance and reliability for big data backup.

S2100-ES2 platform will deliver the performance, massive grid scalability, deduplication, flexibility and reliability needed to protect data volumes in a single system, enabling large backup and restoration of operations to reduce the cost and risk of data protection.

S2100-DS3 is designed to meet the needs of large enterprises with multiple remote locations and enables businesses to deliver standard data protection to remote offices.

SEPATON’s DeltaView Management suite provides the information administrators and managers need to optimise performance and system utilisation across all SEPATON systems across the enterprise.

The data protection platforms will protect the petabytes of data by meeting backup windows and maintain pace with exponential data growth.

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