Hitachi Data Systems Unveils Suite of Storage Soln

by CXOtoday Staff    Dec 19, 2006

Hitachi Data Systems Corporation, provider of Application Optimized Storage solutions and a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd. has launched a new suite of solutions to address the growing storage requirements of medium-sized companies.

Hitachi’s new suite of solutions offers data protection, storage consolidation, and improved management of Microsoft Windows and SQL Server environments at a mid-market price.

Listed below are the solutions that were made available today:

Hitachi Data Systems Solutions for Microsoft Environments provide fully integrated, high-performance methods to quickly lower the costs of managing Microsoft Exchange and SQL Server environments.

Data Protection and Disaster Recovery Solutions: are easy to install and manage on a limited budget, can simplify administration of sophisticated cross-platform data protection strategies and significantly reduce overall administrative time to ensure lower total cost of ownership.

Simplification and Consolidation Solutions: simplify and centralize data storage, providing easy, cost-effective ways to deploy, maintain and scale storage configurations to accommodate increasingly complex business needs.

The solutions help mid-sized companies eliminate complexity in storage infrastructure deployment; protect and recover quickly from application data corruption; minimize application downtime; and eliminate unreliable data backup procedures.

“In the face of growing global competition and regulatory compliance, managing IT infrastructure and protecting critical business applications has become a tremendous challenge for most organizations, especially for resource constrained mid-sized companies,” said Karen Sigman, vice president, Global Channels, Hitachi Data Systems. “Hitachi’s new solutions for the mid-market enable customers to deploy enterprise-class capabilities to easily and cost effectively consolidate their storage, simplify their infrastructures and protect their data assets-so they can focus more on their core business operations and less on storage.”