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DXi6800

Quantum, a provider of data protection and Big Data management, has announced the new DXi6800 Series deduplication appliance, which combines industry-leading performance, scalability and efficiency with 'pay-as-you-grow' extensibility to deliver better overall value.

The DXi6800’s patented inline deduplication technology, high-performance file system software, and intelligent metadata management deliver up to 16 TB/hour performance.

Incorporating three terabyte self-encrypting disk drives, the DXi6800 also provides 13-156 TB of usable capacity in a single system – three times more scalability than the market leader while requiring just half the power and data centre floor space, Quantum claims.

At a base price that includes licenses for NAS, VTL, OST, deduplication, replication, path-to-tape and DXi Accent software for hybrid deduplication, the DXi6800 offers maximum flexibility and investment protection for midrange and enterprise backup environments.

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