Permabit CEO Discusses State of Deduplication in Storage Switzerland Webinar
WHO: Tom Cook, CEO of Permabit Technology Corporation, the innovative leader in data reduction technology, and George Crump, founder and lead analyst of Storage Switzerland, an analyst firm focused on the storage, virtualization and cloud marketplaces.
WHAT: Discuss the state of deduplication today and its impact on future trends in the storage business in the live webinar: The State of Deduplication – Mid-2015 Update
WHEN: July 23, 2015 at 1 p.m. EDT/10 a.m. PDT
WHERE: Registration available at http://storageswiss.com/2015/07/13/deduplication-mid-2015-update/
At the midpoint of 2015, data reduction (deduplication, compression, thin provisioning) has emerged as the key technology driving flash adoption. Data reduction makes flash affordable and is a requirement for ODMs, OEMs and systems companies entering the all-flash array, software-defined storage and on premises (primary) storage markets. It is poised to have the same impact in the cloud, by reducing bandwidth requirements and the cost of cloud infrastructure. In 2016, the expected emergence of end-to-end technologies that coordinate data reduction from all-flash to on premises and the cloud will minimize the cost of data being transferred and stored anywhere.
In this live CEO interview and webinar, attendees will have the opportunity to learn from two deduplication veterans about why all data reduction technologies are not the same; what questions they should ask their suppliers; and how they can put their organization in the best position to leverage an end-to-end data reduction strategy.
Permabit pioneers development of data reduction technologies. Our innovative data deduplication, compression and thin provisioning products enable the world’s leading storage OEMs to cut effective cost, accelerate performance, reduce time to market and gain competitive advantage. Just as server virtualization revolutionized the economics of compute, our data reduction technologies are transforming storage economics, today.