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Brokerage Firm Picks Pillar

O'Donnell/Atkins selects Pillar Data Systems to deliver unmatched storage efficiency in its datacenter

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Pillar Data Systems, a leading provider of enterprise network storage systems, today announced that ODonnell/Atkins, the largest development and redevelopment brokerage firm in California, has chosen the Pillar Axiom™ storage system to efficiently manage and store data in its IT infrastructure. The Axiom, with its leading Storage Efficiency Quotient (EQ), will assist O’Donnell/Atkins in addressing all key elements of data storage efficiency including capacity, performance, power, and space, helping the firm cut down on real estate, power and cooling costs.

Founded in 1992, O’Donnell/Atkins serves as a regional market expert for financial, educational, and manufacturing industry organizations. A growing and competitive firm that actively seeks out and aligns with companies that share the same beliefs, O’Donnell/Atkins chose Pillar for its core values around efficiency and consolidation, which aligned tightly with the firm’s corporate philosophy. Pillar’s concentrated focus on achieving an efficient data center made it the only vendor qualified and equipped to satisfy O’Donnell/Atkins’ need to consolidate its storage space, while allowing the company to maximize its storage utilization as data continued to increase.

“The Pillar Axiom takes up less power and space – 50 percent less space than our previous system,” said Vince Delperang, IT Manager, O’Donnell/Atkins. “We are storing more information, while keeping power and cooling costs flat as our data volumes grow significantly. The Axiom is an efficient, reliable storage system that keeps our business operations up while it drives our environmental costs down.”

Pillar Data Systems Inc.

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