InQuinox rolls out appliance for Symantec deduplication

SD3 draws fewer than 5 watts per terabyte

Inquinox on Thursday introduced the SD3 appliance for Symantec NetBackup PureDisk deduplication software. The SD3 uses Atrato's solid-state drive appliance and controllers from Corevalent to speed deduplication of data in backup environments. SD3 draws fewer than 5 watts per terabyte and 15 BTUs per hour per terabyte, allowing customers to save 75% in real estate costs and a 50 to 80% reduction in power and cooling expenses. The SD3 appliances consist of four models designed for both remote office environments and data centers ranging from 1.3TB to 96TB of storage capacity.

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