HDS makes raw data more valuable
Hitachi Data Systems highlights benefits of transforming raw data into information
Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) wants to help organisations transform raw data into valuable information by making it more accessible and simpler to manage. At GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK, the company is demonstrating solutions that aim to help companies manage data growth, cut costs and reduce operational complexity.
“HDS products and services bring solutions to regional customers that enable them to manage data growth, and collect and connect data to create valuable information. We help organisations cut costs and reduce operational expenses while increasing efficiency and securing information,” says Aaron White, General Manager, Middle East & Turkey, Hitachi Data Systems. “GITEX is an important way for HDS to engage with existing and potential customers in the Middle East. As data and information grows exponentially, it is vital that organisations in the region are able to manage their critical data while keeping information available.”
HDS believes three key trends are influencing the storage market: the increasing affordability of flash, converged solutions and a change in consumption models from buying mass storage up front to paying as you go.
HDS’s HCP Anywhere makes it possible for data to be accessed from anywhere, at any time.
The Hitachi Cloud Portfolio offers solutions and services that enable enterprises to adopt cloud computing models more securely and reliably.
HDS recently unveiled significant enhancements to three key infrastructure solutions: Hitachi Unified Storage VM (HUS VM) all flash system, Hitachi Unified Storage and Hitachi NAS Platform, and Hitachi Unified Compute Platform (UCP).
The company claims the solutions can help to reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) by up to 30% compared to alternative solutions and offer double the performance benefits of previous offerings.