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New cloud portfolio revamps Hitachi's mobility solutions

New cloud portfolio revamps Hitachi's mobility solutions

“Today’s announcement has the everyday mobile users in mind, so that employees, partners and customers can connect with their content from any device or location."

Hitachi Data Systems Corporation (HDS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, has announced new capabilities in its entire Hitachi Content Platform portfolio.

Now each system delivers a wholly integrated and secure data, workforce and cloud mobility solution.

By introducing the new Hitachi Content Platform (HCP) S10, the company has extended the existing HDS hybrid architecture by adding another low cost tier.

HDS also updated Hitachi Data Ingestor and HCP Anywhere to enable secure – and unified – mobile access to both cloud and enterprise data.

The enhanced HCP portfolio is designed to allow organisations to transform to a cloud, mobile, open source and service-driven IT environment, while protecting their existing investments.

“Today’s organisations demand seamless and secure mobility solutions that enable their employees to better deliver against their business priorities,” says Peter Sjoberg, CTO for File and Content Solutions, Hitachi Data Systems.

“Today’s announcement has the everyday mobile users in mind, so that employees, partners and customers can connect with their content from any device or location.

"The Hitachi content mobility portfolio offers the most integrated and secure solutions for data mobility on the market.”

According to Sjoberg, the Hitachi Content Platform portfolio is the only portfolio that offers integrated solutions for private and hybrid cloud, Openstack, elastic scale backup-free cloud gateways, file sync and share, and mobile access to enterprise NAS file shares from a single architecture.

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