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The Expanding Ecosystem of Dedupe Options

January 20, 2010

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Quantum, FalconStor and Nexsan have updated their deduplication offerings to capitalize on the growing demand for the data reduction technology.

Nexsan and FalconStor have partnered on a dedupe appliance that competes with the likes of EMC's Data Domain line, while Quantum - EMC's dedupe partner before the Data Domain acquisition - is moving its dedupe technology from its DXi backup appliances to primary storage with its StoreNext file system.

Nexsan is using the FalconStor File-Interface Deduplication System (FDS) for its DeDupe SG ("Speed with Green") 2.0 appliance, which the company claims is "the first LAN-based deduplication system to offer high availability."

Read the rest of "Quantum, Nexsan Expand Deduplication Offerings" at Enterprise Storage Forum

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