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Edison: A Validation and Comparison of Data Compression Technologies
In 2010, IBM launched its Real-time Compression Appliance for Network Attached Storage to market.
By compressing data before it is stored, real-time compression was designed to considerably increase storage capacity and give end users an opportunity to optimize their existing storage footprints.
This Edison white paper investigates the claims made by IBM regarding its Real-Time Compression and reveals test results comparing it to EMC’s own compression technology embedded in the VNX system. Read now to learn the results.