Symantec Offering Enables Datacenters to Adopt SSDs While Leveraging Existing Storage Investments

Feb 11 2014, 16:33 IST
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This new version will provide benefits regardless of which storage hardware components are in place. Reuters This new version will provide benefits regardless of which storage hardware components are in place. Reuters
SummarySymantec announced a new version of its Storage Foundation software.

Symantec today announced a new version of its Storage Foundation software, enabling data centers to leverage Solid State Drives (SSDs) in ways that could allow customers to access mission critical data and applications 400% faster than traditional Storage Area Networks (SANs). This new version will provide benefits regardless of which storage hardware components are in place. Customers as a result are free to choose any storage infrastructure provider, and businesses can make critical decisions faster.

The growth of mission-critical data and applications, supporting real-time decision-making, is driving SSD adoption to increase performance within the data center. Adoption however has lacked the central management intelligence that customers need to manage their storage efficiently and effectively. Symantecs offering solves this problem while allowing customers to combine SSDs with existing Direct Attached Storage (DAS) and SANs without compromising availability.

Symantecs latest offering is designed to help customers leverage the next generation of storage. In todays information-centric world, businesses want both increased performance and cost savings and it doesnt make fiscal sense to rip and replace existing storage to deploy new technologies like flash. However, with Storage Foundation 6.1, customers can ease into the adoption of new technologies, while mixing and matching high-end solutions with traditional hardware, without sacrificing existing service levels. Ashish Nadkarni, research director, Storage Systems, IDC.

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