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EMC Rainfinity Global File Virtualization Wins Award

Rainfinity virtualizes unstructured data environments and moves data according to policy, including active and open files, without disruption. These features are designed to help IT organizations optimize disk utilization, improve storage performance and system responsiveness, while lowering capital expenditures and reducing total cost of ownership of heterogeneous NAS, CAS and server environments.

“This editor’s choice award validates EMC Rainfinity’s value to IT organizations as a safe, scalable and effective solution to help manage rapidly growing file systems and we’re honored to receive this recognition from Communications Week,” said Sean Lanagan, EMC Corp. Vice President and General Manager, Rainfinity Business Unit. “Organizations are struggling to fully maximize networked storage capacity while keeping pace with massive enterprise data growth. EMC Rainfinity simplifies these challenges through tiered storage optimization and automated file management and archiving.”

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