GreatResponder.com – 2011-06-01 – Canadian web hosting company RackForce announced on Tuesday it has established a high performance enterprise level storage area network. New storage technology should allow RackForce to increase its portfolio of services.
Referring to the RackForce press release, the new technology provides “solid performance, flexibility and reliability at a lower price point,” as well as compliments RackForce’s current high performance SAN offering.
This new technology is based on the NetApp storage platform. NetApp known as one of the best technology provider in terms of storage solution development. New RackForce storage network supports many storage needs such as mainstream enterprise applications, disaster recovery solutions, development and test environments.
Here is what RackForce representative saying about implementation of new network storage:
“RackForce has always designed its offerings to accommodate multiple tiers of service,” said Randall Robinson, RackForce’s CIO. “This applies to cloud, colocation, network and now storage. This will reduce our customers’ storage costs by 45 percent so we think there will be strong uptake.”
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