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Virtualised storage offer to higher educational institutes

DataCore Software : 17 September, 2009  (New Product)
With a large existing installed base of SANmelody and SANsymphony in the educational sector worldwide, DataCore is offering further cost savings as Universities open their doors for the new academic year with large price savings
DataCore Software, a provider of storage virtualisation, business continuity and disaster recovery software solutions, has announced new SAN software packages and promotions for academic institutes that deliver price savings of up to 50% and highlighted a host of educational institutions that have already deployed storage Virtualisation using its SANmelody and SANsymphony solutions. DataCore's software solutions enable the data centres and IT departments within these universities to better manage and maximize storage capacity and make use of existing hardware to protect and serve storage assets to Windows, Netware, MacOS, UNIX, and Linux systems and to Microsoft, VMware and Citrix virtual servers and desktops. With DataCore, these organizations can better utilize their existing storage investments and gain the Virtualisation agility needed to keep up with technology changes and storage growth.

"Most educational enterprises want enterprise-class storage networking functionality but have to settle for a lot less, since they do not have the budgets to implement these solutions due to the high costs and complexity that is involved - especially for fault-tolerant, auto recovery storage systems needed to protect and support virtual server environments," stated George Teixeira, president and CEO, DataCore Software. "And even if they could, most would not want to be tied to a specific hardware vendor since the hardware arrays and the disk technologies are innovating and becoming outdated quickly as new technologies at new price points hit the marketplace."
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