Windows-Based SDK fosters storage optimization integration.November 15, 2012 -
Windows®-based version of Albireo SDK lets service providers as well as hardware and software OEMs integrate storage optimization capabilities into existing solutions without negatively impacting differentiating capabilities or reducing overall performance. Accommodating OEMs looking to provide cross platform support to organizations regardless of operating environment, solution enables deployment of inline, multiple petabyte, high performance deduplication in minimal memory footprint.
Permabit Adds Microsoft Windows Version of Albireo Software Development Kit
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Permabit Technology Corporation
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Cambridge, MA, 02141
Press release date: October 31, 2012
OEMs can now leverage industry-leading deduplication technology to maximize data optimization in the Windows environment
CAMBRIDGE, Mass – Permabit Technology Corporation, the recognized leader in storage efficiency technologies, today launched a Windows-based version of its Albireo Software Development Kit (SDK) that allows service providers and hardware and software OEMs to quickly, easily and efficiently integrate storage optimization capabilities into their existing solutions without negatively impacting differentiating capabilities or reducing overall performance.
Permabit Albireo is being incorporated into OEM offerings from vendors including newly-announced data protection, cloud services, enterprise SAN and NAS, virtualization, and flash solutions. The introduction of a Windows version of Albireo greatly expands the market reach for OEMs looking to provide cross platform support to organizations regardless of operating environment. More specifically the new SDK version enables Windows-based OEMs to deploy inline, multiple petabyte, high performance deduplication in the industry’s lowest memory footprint.
“Permabit continues to extend the utility of its Albireo technology with the addition of a Windows based SDK to their solutions for OEMs. Broadening the applicability of Albireo will further enable Permabit to deliver industry-leading deduplication technology to OEMS in enterprise storage, data protection and cloud implementations. They are setting the industry standard for deduplication,” says George Crump of Storage Switzerland.
“We are excited to announce Albireo SDK for Windows to enable our OEM customers to address a market that will exceed $8 billion,” said Tom Cook, CEO of Permabit. “By popular demand high-performance data optimization comes to Windows.”
Like the Linux version, the Windows Albireo SDK contains the Albireo software library, full API documentation, code samples and application notes for integration with primary, archive and backup storage solutions. Permabit provides technical assistance to ensure rapid and seamless integration. OEM customers typically implement Albireo deduplication in less than five days. Independent validation has demonstrated that Albireo offers 5-35X data reduction for general purpose environments through to virtual environments.
To learn more about Permabit Albireo technology, or to license products, OEMs are invited to visit Permabit’s website at permabit.com or call 617-252-9600.
Permabit Technology Corporation is the recognized leader in storage efficiency technologies for OEMs. The company’s Albireo software sets the standard for storage efficiency. Permabit’s data optimization, protection and management stack easily integrates into storage appliances, software and cloud services. Albireo’s data optimization delivers unequaled performance, resource efficiency, scalability and data safety. With Permabit software, OEMs are able to rapidly deliver differentiated storage solutions.
Solutions built with Albireo are being delivered by leading hardware, software and service providers. Our partners include Hitachi Data Systems (HDS), LSI, and StoneFly. Permabit was founded in 2000 by a technical and business team from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. For more information, visit: www.permabit.com.