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DataCore Announces New Versions of Software-Defined Infrastructure Products

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “DataCore Software today announced new features and enhancements to advance its software-defined infrastructure product family, which includes SANsymphony™ and DataCore Hyperconverged Virtual SAN. The new PSP7 software release furthers DataCore’s longtime vision of helping to provide organisations with the agility needed to meet the many challenges of transforming business in the digital age while providing responsive, reliable and seamless access to data, automatically, anywhere it is needed.”

George Teixeira, DataCore founder and CEO, commented, “In this age of digital transformation, infrastructure modernisation is a journey. Unlike others offering stop-gap ‘rip and replace’ solutions, our approach breaks down silos and provides customers with a choice of entry points and common management services spanning the continuum of server SANs, software-defined storage, hyper-convergence and hybrid-cloud deployment models, all while preserving the value of their existing investments in storage… We see software-defined as the vehicle to modernisation and the bridge to digital transformation that unifies old and new technologies, making underlying changes invisible to the applications on which organizations depend.”

The release goes on, “DataCore pioneered the concept of software-defined storage — abstracting and automating the data services and management of underlying storage capacity to free customers from vendor lock-in, and to deliver unrivaled performance and data protection at a fraction of the cost of comparable alternatives. This technology, proven in thousands of diverse real-world customer sites, makes it easy for companies to address change, manage in common a range of deployment choices, and add new and future technologies such as flash, NVMe, cloud, and more – without disruption to business applications.”

Read more at RealWire.

Photo credit: DataCore

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