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Unitrends breaks the 100 TB barrier with new physical backup and recovery appliances

Unitrends has announced the availability of its highest capacity, most advanced physical backup and recovery appliances to date, the Recovery-944S and Recovery-946S.

The new appliances feature Release 8.2, the latest version of the data protection software powering Unitrends Recovery-Series family of physical backup appliances, Unitrends Enterprise Backup virtual appliances, and Unitrends Cloud. Delivering enhanced Adaptive Data Deduplication with dedupe acceleration, Release 8.2 allows the Recovery-944S and the Recovery-946S to scale beyond 100 TB while maintaining the performance necessary to quickly and cost-effectively backup and recover high volumes of data.

With these new offerings, Unitrends says it is challenging the status quo for large-scale backup and recovery, giving enterprises the ability to consolidate multiple systems into one physical device – without sacrificing capabilities or performance. Organizations can now substantially reduce capital and operating expenditures by leveraging one appliance to back up more than 100 TBs of data as well as boost efficiencies with a single point of management.

"We are disrupting the market for large capacity data protection solutions, building on our award-winning all-in-one backup appliances, by delivering even higher performance at a lower total cost of ownership," said Kevin Weiss, Unitrends' president and chief executive officer. "Recovery-944S and Recovery-946S enable enterprises to achieve the simplicity they seek, protecting more data while also streamlining their infrastructure. These breakthrough hybrid cloud appliances redefine the economics of safeguarding large-scale physical and highly virtualized environments."

www.unitrends.com



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