Plasmon will demonstrate their UDO Archive Appliance and G-Series archive solutions with new UDO2 technology at CeBIT 07.
Six key application and technology partners will join Plasmon on their CeBIT stand to present their solutions, which are fully certified with UDO archival storage technology.
UDO2 offers double the capacity and a 50 percent increase in
performance over Plasmon?s first generation, UDO, blue-laser
storage technology. With UDO2, Plasmon?s Flagship UDO Archive
Appliance offers archives that scale from 1TB to over
"Thousands of our
customers already benefit from the longevity and authenticity of a
UDO archive. This year we are also highlighting the very low energy
consumption of our solutions. Many companies are concerned about
rising energy cost and carbon emissions and the UDO Archive
Appliance consumes dramatically less power than magnetic disk
alternatives. Plasmon archive solutions with UDO2 technology ensure
that customers do not compromise their reputation, profits,
business or the environment," said Steve
Tongish, marketing director EMEA at Plasmon.
Partners joining Plasmon on their stand at CeBIT include: QStar
Technology, BridgeHead Software, Nexsan, DataGlobal, Verbatim and
PDO Europe. The software partners have integrated Plasmon?s UDO
Archive Appliance and G-Series libraries as an archival
storage component within their data and storage resource management
applications. Verbatim (Mitsubishi Kagaku Media - MKM) is
Plasmon?s long-standing UDO media development and manufacturing
partner, and PDO a pan-European media specialist.
Plasmon UDO archival storage solutions will also be on display on
the stands of other application and channel partners at CeBIT.
These include: EASY Software, DICOM, Headway Technology, Incom
Storage GmbH, Point Software, and windream GmbH.