Technology major HP has launched its new deduplication solutions for the HP StoreOnce Backup family.
Its deduplication solutions enable enterprises to manage risk as they deal with explosive data growth by protecting more data in less time.
The new solutions offer backup performance of up to 100 terabytes (TB) per hour and data recovery of up to 40 TB per hour in a single system.
HP is looking at offering the solution to both large and medium enterprises inIndia. HP officials said it has already bagged orders across verticals.
HP is promising reduced recovery time, capacity needs and bandwidth costs with HP StoreOnce Catalyst software.
HP says clients can recover data in a single day what would take a full workweek with the competition.
Powered by Autonomy Intelligent Data Operating Layer (IDOL), HP Data Protector 7 Software enables contextual backup and recovery of information. Clients will be able to protect, find and recover information based on the meaning and concepts contained within the data.
Moreover, these solutions enable organizations to shift resources from managing and integrating traditional, inflexible technology silos to an IT infrastructure that supports process innovation and strategic initiatives.
“Clients are struggling with complex, incompatible storage solutions that are costly, hard to manage, underutilized and built for the past,” said Som Satsangi, Vice President, Enterprise Group, HP India.
HP StoreOnce features a consistent, high-performance deduplication architecture that spans the enterprise, from application servers in remote offices to central data centers, eliminating the inefficiencies and costs of first-generation approaches.
New HP StoreOnce Catalyst software for HP StoreOnce Backup systems allows clients to deduplicate data on application servers or backup servers before it is transferred to a centralized HP StoreOnce Backup system.