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Data Domain Gets Certified
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Data Domain, Inc. (NASDAQ: DDUP) today announced certification of Data Domains Deduplication Storage systems by CommVault®, Index Engines and Kazeon for their respective eDiscovery products. These are the first open data deduplication and indexing solutions that work synergistically to streamline eDiscovery processes. CommVault Search, one of five modules in the CommVault SimpanaTM software suite, Index Engines eDiscovery Edition and Kazeons Information Server product line are now certified for use with Data Domains deduplication storage platform.
In the past when companies have been faced with retrieving information for litigation or compliance purposes, the retrieval process was largely tape-based. While indexing tools help streamline this procedure, the process still faces the speed limitations of searching tape and the process limitations associated with identifying and retrieving tapes from remote storage locations to restore. By indexing data backed up or archived on Data Domains deduplication storage systems, users can now search disk-based archives faster and more reliably, using best-in-class eDiscovery products, while significantly lowering disk storage costs due to Data Domains cost efficient storage model.
Data Domain is expanding the application opportunities for its nearline storage capabilities, said Brian Biles, Vice President of Product Management, Data Domain. Certification of our Deduplication Storage systems by industry leading eDiscovery solution providers such as CommVault, Index Engines and Kazeon gives customers an additional opportunity to apply Data Domains nearline storage capabilities to consolidate and optimize their storage processes while remaining litigation ready.
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