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Bitmicro certifies E-Disk SSD line with CaminoSoft's ILM solutions

Posted: 09 May 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:microsoft windows 200x? caminosoft? e-disk? solid-state disk? ssd?

Caminosoft Corp., a provider of information lifecycle management (ILM) solutions for Microsoft Windows 200X and Novell NetWare & GroupWise environments, announced that its ILM suite has been certified for use with Bitmicro Networks Inc.' E-Disk solid-state disk (SSD) storage subsystems.

Caminosoft's Managed Server HSM software optimizes storage resource utilization by relocating seldom-accessed files from SAN subsystems to a lower-cost storage pool, including ATA/RAID disk arrays, tape or optical libraries, and EMC Centera. It gives system administrators a tool for automatically migrating data at desired operational timeframes, while reducing the amount of time needed for backup and recovery. From a user's perspective, files retain all of their attributes and appear in their original directories, regardless of the storage tier in which they are located.

Richard Krueger, VP of marketing & alliances at Caminosoft, said, "By combining Managed Server HSM with E-Disk, administrators are able to readily create policies that differentiate seldom-accessed 'reference' files from frequently-accessed 'production' files, controlling where these files ultimately reside over their lifetime. As a result, reference files can be automatically migrated to a central storage pool for a policy-based period of time, while production files remain resident on E-Disk SSD subsystem. Compared to traditional disk drives, E-Disk's substantially lower latency and faster data transfer rate ensure that in-demand files can be accessed quickly."





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