Fujifilm Permivault Receives High Scores On Digital Preservation And Cloud Services Report
Instrumental, Inc. Report Identifies Permivault as a Leading Option for Reliable and Cost-Effective Data Protection and Archiving
Valhalla, N.Y., April 5, 2013 – FUJIFILM Recording Media U.S.A., Inc., a leader in data protection and archiving, today announced the results of a report written by Instrumental, Inc., an IT consulting firm, that demonstrates the key benefits of Fujifilm’s PermivaultTM online storage service. The report cited Permivault as having numerous advantages over the competition as a solution for businesses and governments that need to store, protect and access their important archival data online.
Fujifilm’s Permivault solution scored well in the study that compared a range of online storage solutions for organizations that are looking to move their critical data to an online storage model. In the March 11, 2013 Report on Digital Preservation and Cloud Services, Instrumental, Inc. identified Fujifilm’s Permivault as a leading option for online storage based on reliability, scalability and cost. The report specifically cited Permivault as having “very good to best capability” in data integrity, reliability, availability and total three year cost*1.
“Fujifilm’s Permivault is an innovative and cost-effective approach to online storage and archiving that gives businesses and governments the tools that they need to confidently keep and protect their data indefinitely,” said Peter Faulhaber, president, FUJIFILM Recording Media U.S.A., Inc.
“Given the recent Instrumental, Inc. report that identifies the capabilities and benefits that Permivault provides and Fujifilm’s continued commitment to data protection and archiving, our customers can be confident that their data is safe and accessible at all times.”
Permivault is file based storage that combines the benefits of both disk and tape to deliver a storage platform that behaves like disk while delivering the cost, reliability and archival life advantages of tape storage. The key advantage of Permivault is that by using tape as the underlying storage technology, it ensures the overall reliability of the archive based on tape’s better error rate performance compared to disk.
To learn more about Permivault contact FUJIFILM Recording Media U.S.A., Inc. at www.permivault.com.
1 Report on Digital Preservation and Cloud Services, pg. 24, The Minnesota Historical Society, March 11, 2013
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