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Results tagged "Sepaton"

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Enterprise Data Protection Challenges Persist, Survey Finds

February 19, 2014 12:07 PM
Sepaton-sponsored poll indicates that many enterprises still lag on disaster recovery planning and backup environments are strained.

Akamai, Cisco Integration Focuses On Hybrid Cloud Performance

October 18, 2013 12:52 PM
Joint effort optimizes app delivery over hybrid WANs; Barracuda adds five firewalls; Sepaton launches VirtuoSO; Fusion-io adds serving caching extension.

Sepaton Launches VirtuoSO for Data Protection

October 17, 2013 02:36 PM
The increasing amount and diversity of data is putting pressure on data backup. Here's how Sepaton's new scale-out NAS aims to address the problem.

Encrypting Backups Requires Key Planning

April 02, 2013 12:29 PM
Some enterprises are adopting an "encrypt everything" policy to address the confidentiality and security of data, including on backups. A new backup product from Sepaton separates encryption from key management.

Riverbed Delivers Customization Via Developer Tools

March 14, 2013 02:28 PM
News roundup: Riverbed's FlyScript includes REST APIs; SolarWinds launches free Alerts Central; Sepaton adds encryption to backup appliance; Dell SonicWall rolls out SuperMassive firewall; Veeam extends VMware support for backup.

Remote Backup Replication Continues to Gain Momentum

October 05, 2012 10:59 AM
A recent survey shows increasing adoption of network-based replication of backup data, which is key to a robust data protection and disaster recovery strategy.

Sepaton Update Tackles Large-Enterprise Database Deduplication

June 08, 2012 01:20 PM
DeltaStor DBeXstream is the only tool that can dedupe multistream and multiplexed data, according to Sepaton. Learn more about the database deduplication technology and other features of DeltaStor 6.1.

A Rose May Be A Rose But Dedupe Is Not Necessarily Dedupe

March 22, 2012 09:00 AM
Today just about every vendor in the storage market has data deduplication as a feature in one or more of their products. While those of us that work with multiple deduplication products on a regular basis know there are big differences between the various technologies that vendors call data deduplication many users don’t know how to pick the deduplication solution that will best fit their needs.

Sepaton Doubles Backup Performance

January 25, 2011 08:00 AM
It's a double blow for storage professionals: Data is growing exponentially, while backup windows are shrinking. Sepaton, a company that already claims to provide the fastest backup, is now shipping the S2100-ES2 Series 1910/2910 system with version 6.0 software. It delivers "the industry's fastest performance, multiprotocol support, high reliability and industry-leading deduplication," say company officials. At up to 1,500Mbytes/second/node, the 2100 provides more than double the performance of previous models. It has 64-bit hardware and software in a 2U form factor, with 48Gbytes of RAM and 72 percent less of a power/cooling footprint. In addition, it adds support for Symantec NetBackup OpenStorage on 10 Gbit Ethernet concurrently with Fibre Channel tape emulation, which should ease platform migration issues for enterprise customers.

Sepaton Goes DeDupe

March 08, 2010 11:30 AM
Sepaton adds deduplication along with capacity and bandwidth optimization to its enterprise storage platform with today's introduction of the S2100-MS2. The S2100-MS2 sits in the midrange of the Sepaton products. A rack-ready device with capacity to back-up and restore of up to 40TB is aimed at small enterprises, the MS2 can be equipped for up to 160TB of useable data, while the existing ES3 can be configured for up to 1.6 Petabytes of data. The 2100-MS is currently available, listing for a two-node 30 Terabyte system starts at $321,000.

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