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Efficient and Cost-effective Disaster Recovery Solutions for VMware Environments

Customers of all sizes rely on VMware's Virtual Infrastructure to reduce capital and operating expenses, ensure business continuity, strengthen security and go green by using virtualized servers. Many users have found that their backup storage requirements increase due to implementing virtualization. To help stem this costly growth, Quantum's innovative DXi-series disk backup solution with de-duplication technology has proven to be significantly effective in reducing storage requirements. By leveraging the capability of instantaneously moving virtual machines for business continuance, users are considering the possibility of disaster recovery sites. By moving de-duplicated data between sites, high WAN costs can be mitigated. Together, a solution from Quantum and VMware can meet customer's ROI and RPO goals. Quantum is the leading global storage company specializing in backup, recovery and VMware is the global leader in virtualization solutions from the desktop to the datacenter.


Mark Eastman Senior Director, Solutions Marketing, Quantum Corporation As Senior Director of Solutions Marketing, Mark Eastman brings more than 10 years of technology marketing experience to Quantum. Eastman joined Quantum as part of the 2006 ADIC acquisition. Prior to joining ADIC, Eastman held marketing management, product marketing, product management, and engineering roles with Benchmark Storage Innovations and Fujitsu Computer Products of America. He holds an MBA from the University of Colorado, Boulder and a BS in Engineering from Oregon State University. Cris Banson Sr. Technical Alliance Manager, VMware Cris Banson is a Sr. Technical Alliance Manager working with VMware's storage partners. He is responsible for driving the technical and business aspects of the joint solutions and offerings with regards to the VMware Virtual Infrastructure vision.
Quantum Corporation
Sep 17, 2008, 10:30 EDT (14:30 GMT)

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