FALCONSTOR AND FUJITSU OFFER CERTIFIED TECHNOLOGY BUNDLE FOR SAP HANA
Hardware, software solution ensures business continuity regardless of rising data volumes
MELVILLE, N.Y., March 1, 2016 — FalconStor Software®, Inc. (NASDAQ: FALC), a 16-year innovator of software-defined storage solutions, and longtime alliance partner Fujitsu have teamed up to provide a bundled hardware and software SAP HANA storage solution. The SAP-certified bundle consists of the FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX S3 system and FalconStor’s NSS IO multi-cluster technology. The joint solution not only meets the high demands of SAP HANA through application-optimized shared storage components but provides for seamless business continuity with its innovative, intelligent approach. The bundle is available immediately from Fujitsu.
Organizations of all sizes today face the challenge of managing increasingly growing data volumes, especially those that are dependent on processing very large amounts of business-critical data that must be readily and reliably available at any time. The operation of the core database applications within an SAP HANA solution also places extremely high demands on the computing and memory performance within the IT infrastructure. The bundled offering from FalconStor and Fujitsu seamlessly migrates data across different storage platforms - cloud, hybrid cloud, flash storage or software defined storage resources – to increase the storage efficiency of processing data. Within SAP HANA environments, processed and stored data also benefit from the comprehensive data protection features of the FalconStor solution.
"FalconStor helps companies simplify the complexity of their data and storage management through innovative solutions," said Iris Hatzenbichler, Marketing Director EMEA at FalconStor. "The new combined Fujitsu bundled SAP HANA solution will have embedded NSS IO multicluster technology from our flagship FreeStor® platform. We are pioneering seamless continuity for all important enterprise applications and systems. The migration of data and implementation of new storage technologies, including flash, can be seamlessly integrated without interruption of business-critical applications."
"More and more companies are discovering the value of Big Data for their business, therefore, need a reliable IT infrastructure that meets their ever-increasing needs," said Frank Reichart, senior director of product marketing at Fujitsu Storage Solutions. "Fujitsu therefore continuously works to expand its infrastructure solutions and services for SAP HANA. The successfully certified FalconStor and Fujitsu hardware and software bundle is another intelligent approach to seamless business continuity, providing companies maximum flexibility and continuity to guarantee and ensure the high availability of mission-critical data and applications."
FalconStor Software®, Inc. (NASDAQ: FALC) is a leading software-defined storage company offering a converged data services software platform that is hardware agnostic. Our open, integrated flagship solution, FreeStor®, reduces vendor lock-in and gives enterprises the freedom to choose the applications and hardware components that make the best sense for their business. We empower organizations to modernize their data center with the right performance, in the right location, all while protecting existing investments. FalconStor’s mission is to maximize data availability and system uptime to ensure nonstop business productivity while simplifying data management to reduce operational costs. Our award-winning solutions are available and supported worldwide by OEMs as well as leading service providers, system integrators, resellers and FalconStor. The company is headquartered in Melville, N.Y. with offices throughout Europe and the Asia Pacific region. For more information, visit www.falconstor.com or call 1-866-NOW-FALC (866-669-3252).
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Scott Kline, JPR Communications