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Exablox Announces On-Premises Enterprise Scale-Out Storage

22/09/2015 by

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Exablox, the award winning company re-imagining storage, today announced inline compression enabling customers to deploy on-premises scale-out storage for less than $0.10/GB for the life of the product. With the introduction of inline compression, complementing existing inline deduplication, OneBlox 4312 dramatically improves storage utilization and enables typical data reduction ratios of 6:1*. These features, combined with OneBlox's continuous data protection, remote replication and cloud-based management, provide a flexible and powerful storage solution affordable to any enterprise.

The cost savings and effective capacity improvements are the result of Exablox's innovative inline data reduction, including deduplication and compression, boosting the effective storage capacity of the OneBlox Ring to more than 1.3 PB utilizing 8TB drives. Exablox was the first storage vendor to support HGST's Ultrastar Helium 8 TB drives in Q1 2015 and continues to lead the industry by supporting more than 50 different types of hard drives ranging from 1TB to 8TB. Taking into account typical data reduction ratios of 6:1, OneBlox effective storage pricing is $0.10/GB for the life of the product. This is approximately 10 percent the cost of cloud storage rental fees offered by leading cloud storage vendors, with typical prices ranging from $1.06/GB to $1.09/GB for 36 months**.

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