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Redefine how you store and handle data through storage that's always modern, easy to manage, and provides a flexible way to consume.

Data being most important asset of any organization and its exponential growth has led to an unprecedented requirement for data storage and efficient solutions for information management. Through our certified resources design and deploy storage solutions based on your business demands, across a range of directly attached, virtualized and SAN environments.

We offer:

  • Enterprise Storage Arrays
  • Storage Networks (NAS & SAN)
  • Cloud-Integrated Storage
  • Storage Virtualization
  • Solid-State Storage (Flash)
  • Unified Storage (File & Block)
  • High-Availability Storage Clusters
  • Data Backup & Recovery
  • Data Protection
  • Data Management
  • Information Archival Solution
  • Information Compliance and Retention
  • Inline Compressions and Deduplication
  • Data Replication for BCP and DR
  • All Flash

    All Flash

    An All-Flash Storage array is a storage system that consists of multiple flash memory drives instead of spinning hard disk drives. A Flash Array can transfer data much faster than regular electro-mechanical hard disk drives.

    All Flash storage delivers ultra-high-performance storage and cost efficiencies. They can run high performance applications such as transactional databases much better than traditional disk storage systems. All Flash arrays are purpose built to take care of performance and I/O issues not currently addressed by any other storage sub system.

      Some benefits of All Flash Storage systems

    • Enable super-fast data mobility speeds
    • Minimize/eliminate spikes in latency as number of users increase
    • The speeds enable and empower faster and near real time analytics
    • Easy migration from disk-based systems
    • Give the enterprise a competitive edge by speeding up time to market for data driven businesses

      Call our expert to discover the Storage Solution for your infrastructure. Our expertise areas include:

    • A thorough review of your storage architecture
    • Define and assess business impact
    • Best Practices for management, backup, disaster recovery & business resiliency
    • Solutions: NAS / SAN, consolidation, Compressions / De-duplication, and Storage virtualization
    • Address regulatory compliance concerns
    • Future roadmap
  • Purpose Built Backup Appliance - PBBA

    Purpose Built Backup Appliance - PBBA

    Purpose Built Backup Appliances combine both storage and computing power into a single server that is optimized for storing backup data. PBBAs are easy to add to most backup environments already in place without having to make significant architectural changes.

      PBBA features typically include:

    • Easy setup and management of the appliance: PBBAs typically provide interfaces that automate many aspects of setting up and maintaining the appliance.
    • Easy setup and management of the appliance: PBBAs typically provide interfaces that automate many aspects of setting up and maintaining the appliance.
    • Deduplication of backup data, both inline and at the source. Because deduplication removes redundant copies of stored information, storage costs can be lowered.
    • Encryption of data at rest. This means that data currently stored on the PBBA is protected from view in the event of a security breach.

      When looking at PBBA options, there are some basic requirements that will ensure that the appliance can effectively function as a backup system:

    • Plug and Play: An appliance should function out of the box, with pre-installed backup software, and storage hardware that is designed around a specific workload and optimized for speed and efficiency.
    • Flexibility: a PBBA should be capable of expansion and contraction defined by the changing needs of the business. An effective PBBA can serve as a single appliance, or it can be clustered with other dedicated appliances, to share resources like deduplication or encryption at rest. This will effectively increase the lifespan of an appliance. Useful PBBAs will not only offer a wide range of usable capacity to support current and future requirements; they also make storage increases user friendly.
    • Manageability: To conserve valuable IT staff resources and time, a backup appliance should offer centralized management and reporting via a central, easy to use console. To further reduce complexity, consider a solution that also enables client software deployment across multiple appliances.
    • Additional features: a PBBA’s ability to support new services when they are needed, can help to make it a useful part of an expanding organizations storage requirements. This could include features like archiving, snapshot management, or e-discovery, all managed from a single hub.

      Why PBBA are important

      Backup and disaster recovery capabilities are critical for any organization. PBBAs can provide a way to add high-reliability backups flexibly and easily for any organization.

  • Fault Tolerant Solutions

    Fault Tolerant Solutions

      Ensure Continuous availability of your application with zero down time. Fault tolerant solutions for physical and virtual servers

      Physical server fault tolerant solution works on the principle of master & slave, to deliver uninterrupted service, wherein two separate systems are mirrored synchronously. In the event of failure of the master or main system machine, the slave or secondary system takes over and there is zero downtime.

      Hardware based fault tolerance solution provide fault tolerance benefit at the server-operating-system level, whereas software-based fault tolerant solutions provide fault tolerance at the application level. Therefore, combination of both extends the benefit of fault tolerance to both operating system and application

      We have the capability of implementing both hardware-based & software-based fault tolerant solution. We can build fault tolerance into physical servers as well as virtualized servers.

      Virtualized servers too can have fault tolerance built in. There are a range of solutions available for building fault tolerance into virtualized servers.