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CommVault claims 200 Simpana clients

Company lauds solution as 'platform of choice' for service providers

CommVault claims 200 Simpana clients

Software company CommVault today claimed that the Simpana 10 software platform has become the "data protection platform of choice for more than 200 service providers".

According to CommVault, Simpana clients include Microsoft Windows Azure, Amazon S3 and Glacier, NetApp and Rackspace.

Robert Hammer, chairman, president and CEO of CommVault said: "The dynamics of our industry are shifting at light speed as organisations accelerate usage of cloud services. CommVault provides our customers and partners with the capabilities needed for protection of data to the cloud, in the cloud and cloud-to-cloud. Simpana software provides customers with a unique single platform view into data across the heterogeneous enterprise. The scalability, security, automation and reporting features in Simpana 10 are second to none for powering the most efficient cloud infrastructures."

According to CommVault, their partners are able to run the same workloads using 50% less infrastructure using a single software platform approach. Commvault said it designed Simpana to be "one of the most open cloud data management platforms available in the market today" and to deliver "operational efficiency to both partners and end user clients".

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