Sepaton Unveils New Backup Appliances
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Sepaton is currently beta testing its S2100-DS3 Series 1000 and 2000 systems, which the company specifically engineered to provide remote offices with data protection capabilities to match its ES2 Series of centralized data protection appliances for main office implementations. The DS3 is a follow on, and replacement for, the DS and DS2 Series appliances.
Like spokes tied to the central hub, the new DS3 systems provide remote offices with most of the same features, including large volumes of data handling and high-speed connectivity as the ES2 in a 2U rack mount that can be managed from the central office without staffing up the remote sites.
"Customers want more than just a central platform for data protection," Linda Mentzer, Sepaton's vice president of product management, told InternetNews.com. "Remote offices typically don't have an IT staff."