Reduxio Discusses a Big Leap Forward in Storage Architecture – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 94

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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Jacob Cherian, VP of Product Management and Strategy at Reduxio, joins us on Conversations in the Cloud to talk about Reduxio’s approach to storage architecture and how they are making data the “center” of that architecture. Reduxio is an enterprise storage vendor that aims to break down the silos that exist in data centers today. Jacob talks about how Reduxio delivers flash storage solutions, based on the Intel Xeon Processor E5 family, that allows administrators to go back in time and recover data from any point in the past at one second granularity. Jacob shares that for the first time, details about Reduxio’s new NoRestore capability for the Reduxio HX550 enterprise flash storage system that provides cloud integrated built-in disaster recovery capability eliminating the need for traditional data protection solutions.

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