Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is a specification for the encryption of electronic data, established by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology. AES has a fixed block size of 128 bits; and a key size of 128, 192, or 256 bits, which is used to define the strength of the encryption. AES-256, for example, uses a 256-bit key and is the highest level of encryption defined under the standard.
Industry's first virtual deduplication appliances for protecting virtual and physical servers using a software-only device—perfect for remote offices.
Scalable, enterprise-class tape library for backup, archive, and retention. Options include full redundancy, data integrity checking, and proactive service alerts.
The leading open-format tape storage offers performance, capacity, security, and manageability, along with a long-term roadmap.
LTO libraries that bring intelligent iLayer diagnostics and capacity-on-demand scalability to small and medium-sized organizations.
Compact, scalable deduplication appliances with enterprise performance, replication, and manageability.
Linear Tape File System turns tape devices into NAS shares, giving users a drag-and-drop archive without any additional software.
In the digital age, maximizing asset value often means using different storage tiers with different cost and access characteristics for data in different stages of its life.
Enterprise deduplication appliances with the power and performance needed for data centers, multi-site installations, and cloud environments.
Variable-length deduplication typically reduces disk backup capacity by more than 90% and allows existing networks to be used for automated DR protection.