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Veeam announces V7 of it's Backup & Replication solution

21 May 13

Taking Modern Data Protection to the next level, Veeam has announced two disruptive innovations: Built-in WAN Acceleration and Backup from Storage Snapshots.

Built-In WAN Acceleration, which was developed by Veeam and optimised specifically for Veeam backup files, enables automatic transfer of backups to offsite locations up to 50 times faster than by using regular file copy. This removes the need to purchase and deploy a general purpose WAN acceleration appliance or acquire additional network bandwidth for offsite backups.

In addition, Veeam is offering additional value at no additional cost to existing Enterprise Edition customers and to those who purchase the Enterprise Edition before July 1, 2013. These customers can upgrade for free to the Enterprise Plus Edition until 1st November 2013.

The new version will be available in the third quarter of 2013. With the Standard Edition being NZD $1099/socket. Enterprise Edition NZD $1794/socket and the Enterprise Plus Edition NZD $2462/socket. Veeam Backup Free Edition will continue to be available at no charge here.

Veeam is distributed in New Zealand by Westcon Group.

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