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Hitachi Vantara Unveils Entry-Level Storage in India

Businesses need to adopt storage solutions that consolidate workloads with minimal investment, provide value and extract business insights. 

Hitachi Vantara has introduced its entry-level storage system, Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform G130, for the India market. The platform is an extension of the hybrid-flash VSP G series systems that supports smaller data center modernization initiatives. It provides agile data infrastructure with minimal costs for SMBs, remote or branch offices that need local backup capabilities, direct attached storage (DAS) environments, and simplified virtual server deployments.

Hitachi Vantara is dedicated to delivering innovative technologies that help business leaders in India manage the deluge of data being produced in their IT environments. Data center modernization begins with a foundation for consistent delivery of data at high speed and low latency, with support of diverse workload requirements and multi-cloud integration. VSP G130 is designed and priced to fulfill all these needs in the entry-level storage market”

Pratyush Khare, vice president, pre-sales and CTO, APAC, Hitachi Vantara.

Businesses need to adopt storage solutions that consolidate workloads with minimal investment, provide value and extract business insights. It is also critical for storage solutions to support current and future cloud strategies with enterprise-grade reliability and operational simplicity. VSP G130 is able to address all these challenges for customers with smaller deployment needs.

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