With Hitachi solutions, we know that systems will always be available around the clock. Not only does this enable us to meet tough SLAs and keep customers happy, but it also frees up time so that we can focus more time and energy on developing innovative new digital services.
– Helmut Stark, Storage Systems Leader, DATEV
The Hitachi solution was the most cost-effective, in terms of total cost of ownership (TCO), and delivered on all the features that we needed, including high availability, scalability and performance.
– Matt Tranter, ICT Project Services Manager, Synergy
We gained a future-proof solution from Hitachi for supporting digital patient care and critical hospital applications. Doctors can rapidly access patients’ electronic health records, allowing more time for quality consultations, improved access to test results and targeted diagnoses and care.
– Roman Haselsberger, IT Manager, Kufstein District Hospital
Türk Telekom’s trust in Hitachi technology is based on the exceptional expertise, reliability and service quality of the company, which has always met our expectations.
– Türk Telekom
With the Hitachi active-active cluster, failover is automated, and it now takes considerably less time to put our virtualized systems into production again. This means that we can recover from unexpected system downtime extremely quickly, and simply continue running as normal.
– Eldad Herstig, Senior Vice President, CIO and Head of Operations IT and Operations Department, Tel Aviv Stock Exchange
Across the board, we are seeing improvements in performance and efficiency since implementing Hitachi solutions.
– Ueng Chyn Yi, Deputy Director Corporate Information Technology, STATS ChipPAC
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Hitachi Command Suite v8.0.1 or later
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46MB to 59.9TB
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