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HP brings data deduplication software, HP StoreOnce

HP brings data deduplication software, HP StoreOnce

Bangalore: HP has come out with data deduplication software called HP StoreOnce, which helps in reduction of the duplication of data. This provides an efficient management of the data.
HP rules out the inefficiency of traditional data deduplication with its unified HP StoreOnce. It increases the deduplication performance and minimizes hard ware requirements.
With HP StoreOnce customers can use the same software as back up for virtual appliances, inline appliances and scale-out a storage system which proves that there is a single solution for their problems.
HP StoreOnce shows 20 percent improved performance in inline data deduplication which allows customers to spend up to 95 percent less on storage capacity. This can be invested in new IT projects to bring organization innovation.
HP StoreOnce software works with HP StorageWorks D2D4312 for small businesses and enterprise designed for mid size data centers. The new D2D4312 has high performance disk based back up and ability to store up to 48 terabytes of data. It permits the customers to save nearly $2 million compared to using pure tape backup and offsite archival solutions
The HP D2D backup system with the help of iSCSI Fibre Channel, network attached storage or offline storage interfaces, lets customers deploy the HP D2D solutions into existing backup processes.This can save up to 70 percent in licensing and support compared to other solutions.

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