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IBM software defined storage reduces the cost of big data

15th May `14, 01:09 PM in Sectors

Big data places enormous demands on storage and in many cases conventional technologies are struggling to keep up….

BDMS
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Big data places enormous demands on storage and in many cases conventional technologies are struggling to keep up.

In an effort to deliver improved economics and at the same time enable organizations to access and process any type of data, on any type of storage device, anywhere in the world, IBM has unveiled a portfolio of software defined storage products.

Codenamed “Elastic Storage” (insert your own drapery joke here) the portfolio of products offers higher performance, infinite scale, and is capable of reducing storage costs up to 90 percent by automatically moving data onto the most economical storage device.

“Digital information is growing at such a rapid rate and in such dramatic volumes that traditional storage systems used to house and manage it will eventually run out of runway” says Tom Rosamilia, Senior Vice President, IBM Systems and Technology Group. “Our technology offers the advances in speed, scalability and cost savings that clients require to operate in a world where data is the basis of competitive advantage”.

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