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Storage Roundup: Quantum DXi7500 qualified for Symantec OST, SteelEye launches SteelEye Protection S

Symantec verifies Quantum DXi7500 data deduplication works with OST; SteelEye launches SteelEye Protection Suite V7; Incentra uses EMC Avamar for offsite replication; and more.

This week's storage news:

Quantum Corp. said its DXi7500 disk backup and remote replication product is the first data deduplication system qualified by Symantec Corp. for its OpenStorage (OST) API direct tape creation capability to support Symantec Veritas NetBackup 6.5.4.

The OST direct-to-tape functionality coordinates with Quantum's DXi systems and automates the migration of data across disk and tape tiers. It lets customers create and manage copies of backed up data on tape through NetBackup. Symantec released the API to better integrate NetBackup with disk backup devices.

SteelEye launches business continuity platform for Windows

SteelEye Technology Inc. rolled out Version 7 of SteelEye Protection Suite (SPS) for Windows Server, the latest edition of the disaster recovery solution for Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008. The new product suite delivers protection for applications, including Microsoft Exchange, SQL Server, SharePoint, Oracle and others.

Incentra offers replication service with EMC Avamar

Incentra LLC launched its Secure Replication Service with EMC Corp.'s Avamar. The latest addition to Incentra's portfolio of managed storage services automates offsite replication of customer backup data to improve disaster recovery.

Brocade verifies compatibility with Sorrento DWDM system

Brocade Communications Systems Inc. qualified the Sorrento Networks GigaMux dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) metro optical access system with Brocade's storage-area network (SAN) connectivity devices. The GigaMux product family extends the traffic of Fibre Channel and Ethernet simultaneously and in their native formats. GigaMux can turn one optical fiber into 80 virtual fibers or 40 full duplex channels, and support up to 10 Gbps of traffic per channel.

SETAO replaces its NetApp NAS system with Pillar Axiom

SETAO has replaced its NetApp network-attached storage (NAS) system with the Pillar Axiom. SETAO manages the urban transportation network of the city of Orléans, France, using 15 Oracle databases and other applications on 70 virtual machines.

Delhi Stock Exchange turns to IBM

IBM signed a 10-year information technology services agreement with Delhi Stock Exchange (DSE) to provide business continuity and disaster recovery services to DSE, and to remotely host and manage its IT infrastructure.

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