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HP expands converged storage portfolio

HP expands converged storage portfolio

New solutions deliver purpose-built all-flash array performance and enable backup-as-a-service using software-defined storage

HP has expanded the company’s converged storage portfolio with a purpose-built all-flash HP 3PAR StoreServ system that delivers performance and low latency without compromising enterprise resiliency or adding datacenter complexity, the company has announced.
 
HP has also extended its six year lead in software-defined storage with a new StoreOnce Virtual Storage Appliance (VSA) that cuts the cost of small site backup up to 65 percent.(1) “It’s impossible for organisations to deal with unpredictable workloads cost effectively if they’re managing disparate storage silos,” says  Mike Prieto, vice president and general manager, HP Storage, HP Asia Pacific and Japan. “With the new 3PAR StoreServ and StoreOnce innovations customers get best-in-class purpose-built solutions to address critical new requirements while retaining the simplicity that comes from an approach that can manage and serve a variety of needs without creating new storage silos.”
 
To deliver a rapid return on investment, the HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450 Storage system has hardware-accelerated data compaction that reduces capacity needs by up to 50 percent without degrading performance. System-wide striping, which automatically writes data across all resources, increases throughput, load balances the system, and extends media life by eliminating hot spots. 
 
HP says it is the only vendor to offer a single product family that spans midrange-priced platforms, all-flash performance-optimised platforms, and enterprise platforms with multi-petabyte scale.

New features added to HP 3PAR StoreServ strengthens enterprise security with advanced data encryption to assist healthcare, finance, and government customers to their meet compliance requirements.

HP StoreOnce VSA deploys as a virtual machine on existing industry-standard servers, eliminating the need for customers to purchase dedicated hardware. It enables backup as a service offerings for hosting providers and lowers costs for enterprise remote office protection.

The HP StoreEver MSL6480 Tape Library has enterprise-class features for long-term data protection at a midrange price. It starts small and expands easily to provide industry-leading performance, scale and density, up to 60.4 TB/hour and 3.5 PB in a single library.
 
The HP Converged Storage portfolio is further integrated with the new HP Data Protector 8 backup and recovery software.

HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450 Storage is available in now at a starting price of NZD $249,999 inc GST, while the HP StoreOnce VSA will be available on July 22 at NZD $6199 inc GST for 10 TB of capacity. The HP StoreEver MSL6480 Tape Library is available now at an entry price of NZD $47,999 inc GST and the  HP Data Protector 8 is available June 26 from a starting price of NZD$2599 inc GST


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