A node that is attached to a system from a distance. A remote attachment is either geographically distant from the primary site, or may be logically remote based on the attributes of the interconnects between the primary site and the remote site. For example, a remote node may be located in the same room as the primary site, but be located on an isolated network.
Variable-length deduplication typically reduces disk backup capacity by more than 90% and allows existing networks to be used for automated DR protection.
Optimize performance and cost for demanding workflows by combining RAID and SSD storage in a single, easily managed system.
Compact, scalable deduplication appliances with enterprise performance, replication, and manageability.
Flexible, low-cost entry point for archive with the ability to scale to store petabytes of data as demand grows.
Industry's first virtual deduplication appliances for protecting virtual and physical servers using a software-only device—perfect for remote offices.
Massively scalable storage for long-term data preservation with best-in-class management, monitoring, and data security.
Provide optimization for hybrid storage, including cache management, pooling, snapshots, and rapid RAID rebuild.
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.