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HP Reduces Data Retention Costs with Expanded Portfolio of Tiered Storage Solutions

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  • December 16 2004, 1:00am EST
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HP introduced new disk, tape and optical storage technologies and enhanced information management software that expand the industry's broadest portfolio of tiered storage solutions.

From the entry-level to high-end, HP provides customers with the flexibility to store business data - from creation to deletion - on the most cost-effective storage platform according to changing performance and reliability requirements.

The storage offerings combined with HP's enhanced information management software help customers to better align data retention and protection costs with the business value of information over time - a critical component of HP's information lifecycle management strategy.

New and enhanced product offerings include HP OpenView Data Protector version 5.5, HP StorageWorks Modular Smart Array (MSA) 1500 cs, HP StorageWorks Ultrium 960 Tape Drive and HP StorageWorks Optical Jukeboxes.

"Customers are buying network storage across multiple tiers in order to cost-effectively manage huge data volumes and satisfy long-term data retention and regulatory compliance requirements," said Frank Harbist, vice president and general manager, Information Lifecycle Management, HP. "No other vendor can match HP's depth and breadth of storage solutions - ranging from the entry-level to the enterprise and across disk, tape and optical storage technologies - to allow customers to store data on the most cost-effective storage platform based on the changing business relevance of information throughout its lifecycle."

 

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