Quadratec Joins EMC Corporation’s E-Infostructure Developers Program

Quadratec, a provider of backup and restore software in heterogeneous environments, today announced their participation in EMC’s E-Infostructure(TM) Developers Program. This program will enable Quadratec to offer integrations based on Time Navigator, Quadratec’s state-of-the-art backup and restore solution and EMC’s industry leading Symmetrix(R) Enterprise Storage systems and software.

Quadratec, a provider of backup and restore software in heterogeneous environments, today announced their participation in EMC’s E-Infostructure(TM) Developers Program. This program will enable Quadratec to offer integrations based on Time Navigator, Quadratec’s state-of-the-art backup and restore solution and EMC’s industry leading Symmetrix(R) Enterprise Storage systems and software.

As a member of the EMC E-Infostructure Developers Program, Quadratec has access to a wide range of EMC’s application programming interfaces (APIs), enabling seamless interoperability that combines the technology expertise of both companies to better protect and leverage customers’ critical information infrastructures. By sharing its APIs with leading application vendors such as Quadratec, EMC helps customers take full advantage of the leading performance, availability and management features of EMC Enterprise Storage solutions, while eliminating costly, time-consuming application creation or customization. Quadratec is currently developing integrated solutions with Time Navigator together with EMC Symmetrix Enterprise Storage systems and software.

Quadratec’s Time Navigator, the company claims, is a truly open and scalable high-end backup and restore solution offering unparalleled performance and functionality. This solution offers a unique feature based on the concept of Time Navigation. Time Navigation allows customers to literally navigate through time continuously to easily access and restore any slice of data at any level with a pinpoint accuracy. Time Navigator includes dynamic library and drive sharing and is designed and optimized for all the major network storage architectures such as network-attached storage (NAS) or storage area networks (SAN), which is a key benefit with the convergence of NAS and SAN technologies.

Time Navigator 3.5 is immediately available on Linux(R), UNIX(R), and Windows, NT(R)/2000(R) and is sold through an authorized network of VARs and systems integrators.As a member of the EMC E-Infostructure Developers Program, Quadratec has access to a wide range of EMC’s application programming interfaces (APIs), enabling seamless interoperability that combines the technology expertise of both companies to better protect and leverage customers’ critical information infrastructures. By sharing its APIs with leading application vendors such as Quadratec, EMC helps customers take full advantage of the leading performance, availability and management features of EMC Enterprise Storage solutions, while eliminating costly, time-consuming application creation or customization. Quadratec is currently developing integrated solutions with Time Navigator together with EMC Symmetrix Enterprise Storage systems and software.

Quadratec’s Time Navigator, the company claims, is a truly open and scalable high-end backup and restore solution offering unparalleled performance and functionality. This solution offers a unique feature based on the concept of Time Navigation. Time Navigation allows customers to literally navigate through time continuously to easily access and restore any slice of data at any level with a pinpoint accuracy. Time Navigator includes dynamic library and drive sharing and is designed and optimized for all the major network storage architectures such as network-attached storage (NAS) or storage area networks (SAN), which is a key benefit with the convergence of NAS and SAN technologies.

Time Navigator 3.5 is immediately available on Linux(R), UNIX(R), and Windows, NT(R)/2000(R) and is sold through an authorized network of VARs and systems integrators.

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