New EMC Centera Virtual Archive Scales with the Enterprise

December 4, 2009 at 4:32 am Leave a comment

EMC Corp., purveyor of information infrastructure solutions, announced powerful new virtualization and aggregation capabilities for its EMC® Centera® family of content addressed storage (CAS) systems. The new Centera Virtual Archive allows customers to federate multiple Centera systems to create a single, highly scalable digital archive. Most significantly, the Centera Virtual Archive simplifies management of archives at scale and distance, delivering significant operating efficiencies.

            The EMC Centera Virtual Archive enables multiple Centera systems to be aggregated together into a single, tamper-proof, virtual archive addressable by one or many applications. Multiple Centera systems at distributed sites can be aggregated into a single management domain, subject to network bandwidth limitations, for flexible allocation and reallocation of distributed archive capacity to meet changing requirements.

            Rich Napolitano, Sr. VP and General Manager of the EMC Unified Storage Division, said: “The new Centera Virtual Archive gives customers the ability to easily federate existing archive capacity, seamlessly add new archive capacity, and even aggregate archives over geographic distance — all without adding significant management overhead or cost.”

            EMC Centera Virtual Archive will be available on December 10, 2009.


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