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Posted:  20 Nov 2013
Published:  29 May 2012
Format:  HTML
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English

Penn State Hershey's research and patient care centers rely on a huge volume of data, ranging from files generated by its imaging modality systems to patient records. With a philosophy of "all data is critical", the medical center tried to protect its data with real-time asynchronous mirroring to its hot disaster recovery site, but had huge impact on application performance to end users.

Not satisfied with their own storage system, Penn State Hershey turned to IBM's XIV storage system, which delivered the performance and availability to make their disaster recovery program feasible almost overnight. Take a look at this case study to learn more about what Penn State Hershey gained by implementing this new storage system. 

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