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Sepaton S2100-ES3

Spell Sepaton backwards three times ... Puff! It just vanished into HDS

Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) has bought Sepaton, the highest of the high-end enterprise deduping backup targets. Sepaton used to have a rewarding deal with HP until the StoreOnce came long. The news was announced in a blog post by Sean Moser, a senior veep for HDS' global portfolio and product management. Sepaton will be run as …
Chris Mellor, 13 Aug 2014
D'Artagnan and the three musketeers

Fujitsu fattens its all-in-one data protection box by 300 per cent

Like the three musketeers and their “one for all, all for one” motto, Fujitsu has its “all for one, one for all” CS8000 data protection appliance for mainframes and servers. It's just been strengthened with a 300 per cent capacity increase to 15PB online and a 50 per cent throughput increase. The CS8000 abstracts different …
Chris Mellor, 6 Nov 2013

Coraid and CommVault team up, grab biz barons' backup from HP, Sepaton

Comment At IP EXPO, Coraid and CommVault were flaunting their love after partnering up on a new venture to provide scaleable data management and protection solutions for enterprise folk. Coraid said CommVault was a great door-opener, and said that together they were capable of taking on players like Sepaton and HP for the Simpana back …
Chris Mellor, 22 Oct 2013
Sepaton S2100-ES3

Sepaton launches super-duper big data-slurping deduper

Sepaton has updated its 16-node deduping disk-to-disk backup mill with hybrid dedupe methods and has planned a capacity jump to 16 petabytes. The S2100-ES2 generation is being followed by this new VirtuoSO product, which keeps the clustered node limit of 16 dedupe heads front-ending a disk drive array but bumps up the …
Chris Mellor, 16 Oct 2013
Sepaton S2100-ES3

Sepaton lures Feds with TOP SECRET backup BEAST

Sepaton has brought out a new deduping backup storage array that it claims inflicts 80TB an hour on a floating lump of backup data. It's the S2100-ES3 2925 and it has near doubled its data ingestion rate over the -ES2 model, says the firm. It has also added an encryption feature that it says makes it the "safe choice" for mega …
Chris Mellor, 13 Mar 2013
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Sepaton: HP offers 'least capable' dedupe in the industry

HP's Store Once Catalyst and B6200 hardware offers the "least capable" deduplication in the industry. That's according to Sepaton, which should know as HP resells its deduplicating array. The Sepaton product in question is the ES2 S2100 8-node clustered globally deduplicating array – resold by HP – and we asked Sepaton for its …
Chris Mellor, 9 Jun 2012
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Sepaton tarts up DeltaStor: Now hooks up with ANYONE

Sepaton has updated its software to back up and reduplicate DB2, Oracle and other databases, thus leap-frogging Data Domain, which is Oracle-bound. Version 6.1 of its DeltaStor software has a DBeXstream component that takes care of the database deduplication business and does so when a database is backed up through multiple …
Chris Mellor, 8 Jun 2012
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HP doubles down with dedupe speed record

HP reckons it can claim the dedupe speed king crown, ingesting at 100TB/hour and spitting it our at 40TB/hour, faster by far than the dedupe dominator, Data Domain. The enhanced dedupe performance was announced at the HP Discover event in Las Vegas on Monday. HP gets to such giddy heights by combining its StoreOnce Catalyst …
Chris Mellor, 4 Jun 2012
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Sepaton plans to crush mid-range boxes

Sepaton, the large enterprise deduping storage vendor, reckons its big boxes can replace lots of those pesky, seemingly continuously accumulating Data Domain mid-range boxes with a single system that does the job properly. There are a few stand-alone survivors from the deduplicating array start boom of 10 to 15 years ago. …
Chris Mellor, 14 Feb 2012
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Sepaton recruits ex-Quantum CTO

Analysis No-tapes backup data storage company Sepaton (read it backwards) has recruited a new chief technology officer, who comes to it via Quantum and NetApp. Jeff Tofano joined Sepaton this month and runs the grandly-named Office of the CTO, in which resides Dennis Roland, who is the Director of Advanced Technology. Tofano left …
Chris Mellor, 21 Sep 2011
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ExaGrid stuffs dedupe boost into hot new box

ExaGrid has boosted its deduplication performance by 30 per cent with a new box. The EX13000E follows on from the 10TB capacity EX10000E and holds up to 13TB of data. In ExaGrid's 10-node, globally deduplicating grid configuration the maximum capacity is now 130TB – up from 100TB. ExaGrid says this about its single-node …
Chris Mellor, 24 May 2011
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Deduper Sepaton edges out from data centre

High-end deduper Sepaton has refreshed its edge deduplication array, giving it more capacity and performance. The S2100-DS3 supersedes the DS2 and is a remote office/branch office system, positioned by Sepaton as a spoke to its data centre hub machines, the S2100-ES2, to which it can replicate data and so provide business …
Chris Mellor, 23 May 2011
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EMC recruits Sepaton's chief operating officer

EMC has recruited Sepaton's highly-regarded chief operating officer Fidelma Russo. It is so recent that Russo's LinkedIn entry hasn't been updated. She has, though, been wiped off the Sepaton management team webpage. Fidelma Russo Fidelma Russo (Sepaton image) Russo joined Sepaton in September 2007, as EVP for engineering …
Chris Mellor, 18 Feb 2011
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Sepaton changes CEO

Sepaton's CEO and president Mike Worhach has stepped upstairs to vice chairman of the board and the Exec VP for sales and marketing, Mike Thompson, is the new CEO and president. Thompson joined Sepaton in August last year in what then looked like a step down the career ladder, but now looks like part of a set of choreographed …
Chris Mellor, 18 Feb 2011
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Sepaton replaces marketing veep

Sepaton has appointed a new marketing boss after parting company with Jay Kramer, appointed just 18 months ago. Greg Mancusi-Ungaro joins the Enterprise deduplicating data protection array vendor after stints at Novell and Ximian, which was bought by Novell. Attachmate bought Novell in November last year. In a canned …
Chris Mellor, 3 Feb 2011
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Sepaton whups Data Domain on performance

Sepaton's sixth generation dedupe software with OST support makes its clustered system faster than Data Domain's top system, rampaging through incoming data at 43TB/hour. Sepaton produces S2100-ES2 1910 and 2910 high-end deduplicating virtual tape libraries that can have up to eight 2U head nodes clustered together, with a …
Chris Mellor, 25 Jan 2011
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Diligent co-founder's second gig

Blog Diligent co-founder Doron Kempel has started up a new company; SimpliVT. Kempel and Moshe Yanai started up Diligent to develop the ProtecTIER deduplication product and sold the company to IBM in 2008 for up to $200m. According to an SEC filing SimpliVT was started up in 2008, the year of the Diligent sale, and originally …
Chris Mellor, 20 Sep 2010
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Data slicer cuts itself off from hardware

Cleversafe has untied the knot between its data protection hardware and software with a set of software-only licenses for customers wanting to use third-party hardware. The company's products cut data into slices, using an Accessor server, and distributes them across many dsNet servers or Slicestors in a scheme which can have …
Chris Mellor, 29 Jun 2010

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