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Incipient Achieves IBM Certification
WALTHAM, Mass. -- Incipient, Inc., a leading provider of enterprise-class storage virtualization and data migration software, today announced its flagship software product, Incipient Network Storage Platform(TM) (iNSP(TM)), has successfully completed interoperability testing with select IBM System Storage based solutions and has become a certified member of the IBM System Storage Proven(TM) solution program. The IBM System Storage Proven program builds on IBM's already extensive interoperability efforts to develop and deliver products and solutions that work together with third party products. This class of qualification ensures interoperability for companies planning to deploy iNSP software with their IBM System Storage based storage area network (SAN) environment. iNSP software successfully completed testing with the IBM System Storage DS4000, DS6000 and DS8000 as well as IBM Enterprise Storage Server (ESS) storage array families.
The iNSP software suite is the only enterprise-class storage virtualization solution for SAN environments on the market today. iNSP software delivers a suite of storage services for large enterprise SAN environments such as non-disruptive data migration, automated storage provisioning and point-in-time copy services.
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