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HDS Gets SAP Certification

Hitachi Data Systems achieves SAP certified integration

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Hitachi Data Systems Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd. (NYSE: HIT) and the only provider of Services Oriented Storage Solutions, today announced that the Hitachi Content Archive Platform has achieved SAP certified integration designation. Through testing in the SAP Integration and Certification Center (SAP ICC), the Hitachi Content Archive Platform has attained “Certified for SAP NetWeaver ®” designation for the information lifecycle management (ILM) solution from SAP. Customers can now easily employ the Hitachi Content Archive Platform for use with the information lifecycle management (ILM) solution from SAP to ensure end-to-end enforcement of data retention policies to better meet compliance requirements, while lowering operating costs.

In close alignment with its services oriented approach to storage, Hitachi Data Systems is providing the only multi-tier storage solution which allows customers to store and manage their active and archived data using a common and integrated platform that enables existing storage infrastructure and investments to be leveraged, and greatly reduces management and operational costs.

“We’re excited about our certification for the Hitachi Content Archive Platform,” said Brian Householder, senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing and Business Development at Hitachi Data Systems. “The use of open standards in this certification helps ensure that customers can store and protect their data, obtain access to data following requests more quickly, and support corporate content preservation initiatives.”

Hitachi Data Systems (HDS)

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