Network Storage

Perth-based “tape to cloud” data management organisation Tape Ark has announced a partnership agreement with global data storage giant Seagate Technology plc based in Cupertino, California. The agreement will see Seagate’s Lyve Data Services advanced data management expertise being combined with Tape Ark’s unique data restoration technology, to enable zettabytes of tape-bound data to be rapidly migrated from client’s ageing offsite tapes directly to large public cloud platforms of the customer’s choice to enable access and analysis using AI-driven technologies

Australian businesses are currently faced with the challenge of managing and storing a plethora of distributed unstructured data sets. Unstructured data comes in various forms – documents, audio, digital images, video – and from multiple sources including sensors, employees, customers and other external channels.

ZL Technologies has announced a cloud-based solution to simultaneously address eDiscovery, compliance, records management, analytics and privacy, unified under one platform.

Fujitsu Laboratories has announced newly developed technology that offers both high speed data-processing and high-capacity storage in distributed storage systems, in order to speed up the processing of ever-increasing volumes of data.

Over the course of regular business activities, organizations collect large sum of data and all too often fail to utilize this information. All this unnecessary data not only adds to maintenance costs, but also makes the organization susceptible to greater risks.

CEPTES has announced its DataArchiva product will be launched on Salesforce AppExchange. DataArchiva is a structured data archiving solution, which will periodically archive infrequently used Salesforce data.

Pure Storage, an all-flash storage vendor, has announced the acquisition of privately-held, Sunnyvale, California based software company StorReduce, a cloud-first software-defined storage solution for managing large scale unstructured data.

Quantum Corp. has announced the availability of a new converged tape appliance designed to make it fast and easy to procure, install, configure and create tape backups in a Veeam environment for offline protection against ransomware. The solution is available as a single SKU, making it easier to purchase and implement a tape library platform optimized for Veeam backups.

Microsoft has unveiled a new “immutable storage” feature available for Azure Blobs, its object storage platform for unstructured data, is now available for public preview. The offering is designed for regulated industries that are required to retain business-related communication in a Write-Once-Read-Many (WORM) or immutable state that makes it non-erasable and non-modifiable for a certain retention interval.

Nine Network, Australia’s largest commercial free-to-air television network, has selected Techtel as the systems integrator of choice to develop a seamless interface between their Media Asset Management (MAM) platforms and deep storage across their news and production studios and playout centre at two different locations.

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