FalconStor File-Interface Deduplication System (FDS)
ViON presents the FalconStor File-interface Deduplication System (FDS), a high performance LAN-based data deduplication solution, offering high performance, Symantec NetBackup OpenStorage (OST) integration, enterprise-level functionality, disk-to-disk (D2D) data protection, integrated replication and global block-level data deduplication in a single, easy-to-deploy product. Easy to deploy and manage, this deduplication solution helps reduce disk capacity and network bandwidth usage by 95% or more – allowing customers to retain more data on disk, improve restore performance, reclaim floor space in the data center and experience power and cooling cost savings.
The FalconStor FDS is a block-level deduplication and replication solution that minimizes storage capacity for the widest variety of business data, including databases, user-shared data, backups and virtual machine data. FalconStor FDS offers both post-processing and concurrent block-level deduplication, reducing the original data set by as much as 20 times. WAN-optimized replication fosters cost-effective DR by transmitting only unique, globally deduplicated data. FalconStor FDS significantly changes the economics of secondary storage, dramatically reducing costs and improving data recovery times while making WAN replication an operational reality.
FalconStor FDS on Hitachi Unified Storage
Full integrated, preconfigured bundles are built on the innovative Hitachi Unified Storage (HUS), offering symmetric active/active controllers with dynamic load balancing, eliminating the chance of performance bottlenecks, while providing complete redundancy and the ability to upgrade microcode non-disruptively. Symmetric active/active controllers allow any host port to access the deduplication repository without impacting performance, significantly reducing administrative overhead and eliminating the need for additional path management software.
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