New HP Solutions Offer 100 TB/Hour Backups

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

HP has launched a duplication solutions for the HP StoreOnce Backup family that delivers backup performance of up to 100 terabytes (TB) per hour and data recovery of up to 40 TB per hour in a single system. The backup speed is several times ahead of the closest competitor, according to internal HP tests, says the company.

Dave Donatelli (Executive vice president and general manager, Enterprise Group, HP): Clients are struggling with complex, incompatible storage solutions that are costly, hard to manage, underutilized and built for the past.

HP StoreOnce Backup is a federated deduplication solution, which means data is deduplicated once using a single technology and then moved elsewhere without having to be rehydrated—or added back in.

The solution has a large-scale deduplication appliance with fully automated high-availability features as well as an “autonomic restart” capability that ensures backup jobs complete even if there is a major hardware failure, reducing risk of data loss.

The solutions suite includes the HP StoreOnce Catalyst softwareHP Data Protector 7 software, powered by the Autonomy Intelligent Data Operating Layer (IDOL), HP Virtual Connect for 3PAR with Flat SAN technology, and HP Automated Network Management 9.2.

Leveraging technology developed by HP Labs, the company’s central research arm, HP StoreOnce includes over 50 patent-pending innovations.

[Image Courtesy: HP]

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