sponsored by DataDirect Networks
Posted:  18 May 2007
Published:  01 Jul 2006
Format:  PDF
Length:  15  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
Across most organizations, rapid data growth outpaces storage budgets. But adding enterprise disk storage to fix this imbalance is a costly strategy and the alternative option of tape does not have the performance to meet application needs.

With the introduction of Serial ATA (SATA) disk, a new type of storage solution is available that can fill the gap between enterprise disk storage and archival tape - disk based archive storage.

Download this white paper to learn more about disk based storage including:

  • What are the advantages of disk-based archive storage
  • Where does archive disk-based storage fit
  • What are the limitations of SATA disk
  • And more


Robert C. Woolery
DataDirect Networks
Mr. Woolery is responsible for identifying, defining and executing DataDirect’s product and business development plans. Mr. Woolery brings years of proven success in marketing, business development and executive management successfully positioning companies for growth with customer-centric products and services. Mr. Woolery’s prior experiences include Executive Vice President at Valumation Software, Vice President, Product Marketing at Xiotech Corporation and Vice President, Sales and Marketing at Balance Marketing, Inc. Mr. Woolery holds a BSIE from California State University at San Luis Obispo and an MBA from UCLA.

Backups | Content Archiving | Content Archiving Software | Data Management | Data Management Software | Data Recovery | Disk Storage Systems | Serial ATA | Tape Drives

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