Intel brings more affordable data protection to small business
13 March, 2006
KARACHI (March 13 2006): From email and word processing to file retention and disaster recovery planning, a growing mountain of digital information has small businesses and consumers seeking an affordable means to protect their data from loss.
Addressing this demand, computer resellers today began offering a new storage platform from Intel Corporation designed with the unique needs of small businesses and consumers in mid.
"The Intel Entry Storage System SS4000-E is designed to make storage easier for small businesses and give them peace of mind that their data is protected." Said Jeff Hoogenboom, vice president, Intel Sales and Marketing Group and general manager, Reseller Channel Operation. "Storage is one of the fastest growing segments within IT, and with the SS4000-E, we can offer our sellers a world class platform on which they can build the best storage solutions for their customers".
For small businesses, the Intel Entry Storage System SS4000-E provides an easy-to-use and affordable way to store up to two terabytes of data. Based on standard Network Attached Storage (NAS) technology, the storage platform also helps centralise large or vital data files and grants access from multiple users simultaneously for increased productivity.
Intel Corporation recently disclosed details of its forthcoming Intel Core microarchitecture, a new industry leading foundation for Intel`s multi-core server, desktop and mobile processors for computers later this year.
The first Intel Core microarchitecture products built on Intel`s advanced 65nm process technology will deliver higher-performing yet more energy efficient processors that spur more stylish, quieter and smaller mobile and desktop computers servers that can reduce electricity and real-estate associated costs, and provides critical capabilities such as enhanced security, virtualisation and manageability for consumers and business. courtesy www.brecordor.com