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Dell DR4000 is a disk backup and disaster recovery solution that combines the performance and reliability of disk-based backup with innovative deduplication and compression capabilities

BANGALORE, INDIA: Dell on Tuesday announced the launch of Dell DR4000, an advanced disk backup and disaster recovery solution, for the small and medium businesses (SMBs) in India.

The new solution combines the performance and reliability of disk-based backup with innovative deduplication and compression capabilities from Dell’s Ocarina Networks acquisition to meet the growing data needs of SMBs, the company claimed in a press release.

By removing redundant data from the backup work stream, the DR4000 can drastically reduce the storage footprint, enable core backup data to remain on disk and online longer, provide faster and more reliable restores, and reduce the complexity around tape management.

Simple and easy to deploy, the DR4000 has an intuitive installation process making it ideal for remote office locations. By accelerating and streamlining the backup process the DR4000 ensures that information restores are delivered in a timely and accurate manner.

“Companies of all sizes increasingly struggle with the relentless growth of data they must manage. Essential to the business yet often redundant in nature, data can strain storage and backup processes as administrators strive to ensure its availability and integrity while still meeting capacity and backup window constraints,” said Bobby Mon, head-Enterprise Business, SMB, Dell India.

“The Dell DR4000 deduplication and compression backup appliance can help customers to alleviate these growing problems and easily manage critical data,” he added.

DR4000 eliminates multiple copies of the same data and enables customers to keep more data online longer and readily available in the event of a disaster or data loss. By keeping data online for weeks or even months before moving it to archive storage, customers can more easily locate and restore important data, creating new efficiencies and helping to reduce the total cost of ownership for their storage infrastructure.

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