Enterprise Data Recording (EDR) - A New Paradigm in Data Recovery
sponsored by Axxana

Recovery technologies commonly used in the aviation industry have recently become highly relevant to the IT industry as well. For several decades, the "Flight Data Recorder" (FDR), better known as the Black Box, has been the basic tool for the protection of in-flight data used in post-crash investigation. The FDR is designed to protect recorded data from all types of extreme conditions: water, static, crash, shocks, fire, and high temperatures. In the event of an aircraft disaster, data stored in the FDR can be fully recovered for the use by investigators.

This white paper details the Phoenix Black Box, the storage industry's first true Enterprise Data Recorder product. Based on the aviation industry's Flight Data Recorder, it provides a new concept in data storage protection. It's capable of:

  • Locally protecting considerable amounts of data against practically any disaster.
  • Retrieving data from disaster areas even when it cannot be physically accessed.
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