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De-duplication appliances: Can HP put a dent in EMC’s hegemony?

Published By: Sponsored by HP and Intel®     Published Date: Feb 20, 2013
The early days of the de-duplication target market could be characterized as the Wild West, with a slew of start-ups shooting it out in an emerging market with tremendous potential. HP has a good chance of joining the ranks of IBM and EMC.
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Sponsored by HP and Intel®

De-duplication appliances: Can HP put a dent in EMC’s hegemony?

Published By: Sponsored by HP and Intel® Xeon® processors     Published Date: Apr 11, 2013
The early days of the de-duplication target market could be characterized as the Wild West, with a slew of start-ups shooting it out in an emerging market with tremendous potential. HP has a good chance of joining the ranks of IBM and EMC.
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Sponsored by HP and Intel® Xeon® processors

The Changing Face of the Backup and Recovery Appliance Market

Published By: Arcserve     Published Date: May 29, 2015
The traditional taxonomy of data protection appliances – also known as Purpose Built Backup Appliances (PBBAs) – covers two primary categories: • Backup Appliances • Deduplication Appliances Let’s explore this taxonomy and market dynamics.
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data protection appliances, purpose built backup appliances, deduplication, market dynamics, security, it management, knowledge management, data management
    
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De-duplication appliances: Can HP put a dent in EMC’s hegemony?

Published By: Hewlett-Packard     Published Date: Aug 02, 2013
The early days of the de-duplication target market could be characterized as the Wild West according to 451 Research, with a slew of startups shooting it out in an emerging market with tremendous potential.
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de-duplication, appliances, emc, infrastructure, storage management, application integration, return on investment, data deduplication
    
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Deduplication, Incremental Forever and the Olsen Twins

Published By: Unitrends     Published Date: Dec 16, 2011
In this paper, we'll compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages of various deduplication techniques.
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deduplication, techniques, incremental, data, duplicate data, file-level, block-level, byte-level
    
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ESG Lab Validation Report

Published By: IBM Corp     Published Date: Sep 23, 2011
ESG Lab Validation Report - Reducing Storage Capacity and Costs without Compromise. Even with the plethora of storage efficiency technologies-such as deduplication and thin provisioning-available in the market today, users have not been able to stem the growth. This ESG Lab report looks at how IBM Real-time Compression can be used to reduce the cost of storing primary file data without impacting performance. The results of hands-on testing of IBM Real-time Compression Appliances performed by ESG at an IBM facility is used to demonstrate the value of non-disruptive deployment, loss-less capacity savings, real-time performance, and non-stop high availability.
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ibm, esg, lab validation, storage capacity, real-time compression, technology, backup and recovery, ip storage
    
IBM Corp

De-duplication appliances: Can HP put a dent in EMC’s hegemony?

Published By: HP     Published Date: Jun 03, 2014
The early days of the de-duplication target market could be characterized as the Wild West according to 451 Research, with a slew of startups shooting it out in an emerging market with tremendous potential. That phase was followed by a consolidation phase where the big guns acquired startups in a buy-is-better-than-build spree. A few smaller companies remain, but it's becoming increasingly clear that the disk-based de-duplication market will likely be dominated by a few large players. 451 Research thinks that HP, although coming from behind, has a good chance of joining those ranks because of the single-product approach to end-to-end de-duplication in its homegrown StoreOnce software, which for the time being, appears to have the performance advantage.
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hewlett packard, de-duplication, storeonce, data management
    
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