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PHONONET protects 29 million files with NovaBACKUP DataCenter
NovaStor’s enterprise backup software, NovaBACKUP DataCenter, handles file loads that other solutions can’t.
Storage-Specialist itiso recommends NovaBACKUP DataCenter
PHONONET’s business depends on the availability of multimedia content. Numerous common backup software products, however, failed to back up the roughly 29 million files stored on several critical servers. In search of a permanent solution to their problem, PHONONET engaged the storage specialists from system integrator itiso who took the challenge and fulfilled PHONONET’S requirements by recommending NovaBACKUP DataCenter.
Reliable Data Protection for huge data load
Due to its unique system architecture, featuring distributed meta data storage, NovaBACKUP DataCenter sustains a stable operation and high transfer speeds, even when backing up huge data loads. The software gives PHONONET a long term, reliable solution to protect 10TB and growing data set on a heteroegeneous network, a critical Windows server as well as two critical Linux servers. It also features an innovative price-per-server licensing model, which provides PHONONET a way to reliably calculate long-term data protection costs.
„To us, data protection is a business-critical IT-process. At the same time, we neither can nor want to present our customers with over-dimensioned budgets for data availability. NovaBACKUP DataCenter solves both challenges – the technological and the economical“, says Marc-Philip Jamborek, Technical Director with PHONONET.
„NovaBACKUP DataCenter provides enterprises with robust data protection at a low, stable and reliable price. Our model solves many common challenges faced by enterprise IT managers when protecting an ever-increasing amount of data,“ Mike Andrews, Managing Director at NovaStor
Links for further material
NovaStor Homepage [www.novastor.com]
NovaBACKUP DataCenter product page with data sheet [www.novastor.de/...
PHONONET Homepage [www.phononet.de]
itiso’s Homepage [www.itiso.de]
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