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Deccan Herald: India needs Virtualization

As enterprises grow and businesses expand, managing mounting data is something today’s organisations have to tackle deftly. This has become important for both business and legal reasons and has certainly made storage solutions a key IT component in the last few years.

India is particularly at the thick of things as it contributes to the ever-growing storage solutions segment and is said to be the largest generator of data. And so, the country is becoming the focus of activities as far as storage solutions are concerned.

From a mere storehouse of data, which used to exist in an oblivious corner in devices out of touch with other rapidly growing mainstream segments like servers, storage solutions are today one of the important facets of IT infrastructure. As Adrian De Luca, Director, Storage Solutions, Asia Pacific, Hitachi Data Systems, explained, storage solutions have well past the ‘consolidation’ stage, as technology matured over the years, that has driven up utilisation.


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