Cloud Storage Vendor Nasuni Takes Aim At EMC, NetApp And IBM

July 10, 2012:  Nasuni, a cloud-based provider of consolidated storage for remote and branch offices (ROBO), today announced Unified Storage, an offering aimed at enterprises looking to centrally manage storage for remote locations while giving all sites access to shared data at local speeds.

Files typically account for 80% of ROBO storage, according to the company, but the rest is in block-based systems. This means enterprises must generally manage multiple storage systems. However, by installing an instance of a Nasuni appliance at each site, remote offices can handle all storage needs under secure, central management, within hours, according to the vendor.

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Author: Steve Wexler

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