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Plug and Play data protection demonstration at CeBIT

Tandberg Data : 04 March, 2009  (New Product)
Fast disk-based back up device emulates tape storage facilities and complements existing tiered back up and archiving systems
Tandberg Data will offer its customers and partners a sneak preview of the Tandberg DiskStor D-Series at CeBIT 2009 in Hanover. The DiskStor is a disk-based backup device that will be introduced by the company in Q2 2009. It will provide cost-effective and automatic data protection of all systems and complement the company's tape systems in tiered backup and archiving environments.

The DiskStor D-Series is a cost- and time-effective device, managed from a central location, allowing data protection for laptops, desktops, and remote offices, without requiring IT overhead. Seamlessly integrating into existing backup environments, DiskStor automatically protects data that traditionally is unprotected. It emulates a traditional tape library that is sharable between 100 machines. DiskStor accelerates restores and provides nearly immediate access to data, drastically reducing recovery time objectives.

The DiskStor complements Tandberg Data's range of tape libraries and autoloaders, and is ideally suited in a tiered backup and archiving environment; DiskStor meets the demanding backup and restore requirements, while the tape systems can safeguard data off-site, for long term archiving, regulatory compliance, and disaster recovery.

The Tandberg DiskStor will be available in different configurations and will scale up with an organisation's data protection needs. Further information and pricing will be available at launch, in the second quarter of 2009.
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