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Vol. 5 No. 11 January 2007

Comparing EMC Symmetrix DMX-3 vs. Hitachi Data Systems USP1100

Vincent Hilly of Depository Trust & Clearing Corp. likes his EMC Symmetrix DMX-3 and Lance Smith of Atos Origin stands by his Hitachi Data Systems USP1100. The two array makers tout their very different architectures, but does what's under the hood really matter? Also: Learn how to cut data down to size with deduplication, and how to protect remote-office data.

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Features in this issue

  • Protect remote-office data

    Centralizing remote-office and branch-office (ROBO) apps and their data in the primary data center has enormous economies of scale. These remote-data apps cut the amount of data sent over the wire, making it possible to economically back up remote data to a central site. We provide a sampling of the various ROBO data management products on the market, and describe how they can best be implemented.

  • DC saves energy for storage

  • iSCSI for everybody

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