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Aptare Upgrades StorageConsole

CAMPBELL, Calif. -- Enterprise storage software leader APTARE(R), Inc. today announced APTARE StorageConsole 6.6, the latest version of its Web 2.0 agent-less storage management and reporting platform that now includes full support for NetApp storage environments.

In addition, StorageConsole 6.6 offers a whole new category of storage reclamation reports, which make it easy for storage administrators to identify reclaimable "hidden" pockets of unused storage so they can increase the utilization of their storage and reduce future storage purchases. A new wizard -- the Report Template Designer -- offers more flexibility by empowering users to easily create customized reports that meet their unique business needs.

Today's announcement strengthens APTARE's ability to deliver unparalleled breadth and depth in storage reporting details. It extends the company's competitive position as the provider of the industry's most comprehensive easy-to-use end-to-end storage management and reporting platform. From backup environments to primary storage, administrators can optimize their storage environment in one pane of glass.

"In today's uncertain economy, real-time analysis and visibility into the health of IT storage environments are vital for effectively managing this key resource and conserving cash," said Richard Clark, president and CEO of APTARE. "With StorageConsole 6.6, we hit squarely on issues that impact productivity and cost containment. The new release gives customers the ideal platform for managing, optimizing and reporting on NetApp environments, more options for creating reports and dashboards, and ROI assessment reporting that delivers unprecedented insight into the utilization of their storage investments."

Aptare Inc.