StorageTek Teams with FalconStor

FalconStor Software Inc. , a leading storage networking software infrastructure company, today announced that StorageTek , an expert in high-performance, efficient digitized data storage, entered into a agreement to resell FalconStor’s flagship product, IPStor, in Australia and New Zealand.

The two companies jointly tested and cross-certified StorageTek’s 9176 Disk Subsystem and FalconStor’s IPStor software. StorageTek’s 9176 disc storage system brings high performance and SAN-ready features for customers to reap the benefits of open, hassle-free SAN environments.

IPStor provides a storage networking software infrastructure that enables companies to utilize storage efficiently, execute backup quickly, expand capacity smoothly, and significantly reduce total storage management costs. Combining these two solutions provides customers with centralized storage, disk pooling, high availability, seamless scalability and performance.

“Our customers use StorageTek solutions for business-critical applications where systems need to stay running reliably in 24 x 7 x forever environments,” said Phil Belcher, managing director, StorageTek Australia/ New Zealand. “Automated information storage, where organizations can set high-level IT policies to automatically eliminate the ‘out of space’ problem is addressed by FalconStor’s IPStor. Our aim is to help customers do more with less, driving their costs down while maximizing ROI.”

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