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Alliance Storage Technologies & Nile Integration present IT-solutions at ICT 2012

Alliance Storage Technologies along with their partner, Nile Integration, are poised to discuss industry best practices and scalable solutions.
Nile Integration | 26.04.2012

Worldwide growth in the professional data archiving solutions arena has been created by the huge demand for regulatory compliant systems along with the need for secure and cost effective disaster recovery and business continuity strategies. Alliance Storage Technologies along with their partner, Nile Integration, are poised to discuss industry best practices and scalable solutions at the Cairo ICT Trade Fair in Egypt, April 26 - 29.

Alliance Storage Technologies, Inc. (ASTI), the primary source for professional data archiving solutions, announced they are attending the 16th round of the Cairo ICT Trade Fair and Forum being held at the Cairo International Conference Center April 26 – 29, 2012. The theme for this year’s conference is “The Spring of Technologies” which fits well with ASTI’s emergence as the premier manufacturer of data archiving solutions.

Craig Hatter, Director of Sales, EMEA at ASTI and Mr. Tarek Soliman, Managing Director from Nile Integration, ASTI’s partner in the Middle East, will be poised and ready to discuss industry best practices encompassing leading edge enterprise data archiving strategies. Please visit them at their booth in Hall 4 where they will be available to discuss scalable solutions for business archiving needs.

In addition to providing information on professional data archiving solutions and optical data storage, the booth will have on display an operational Plasmon® UDO™ Archive Appliance. The AA 80 will feature two UDO2™ optical drives along with 80 media slots providing the total storage capacity of 4.8 terabytes. This is one of many solutions that ASTI offers in its product suite to meet and exceed today’s challenging regulatory demands for secure archival data.

The UDO Archive Appliance employs a fully integrated, network-attached (NAS) architecture that leverages the strengths of RAID and UDO (Ultra Density Optical) technology to meet essential archive requirements. The AA establishes a new standard for Enterprise archival storage. It easily integrates with content management, email and imaging applications and enables organizations to deploy an archival storage strategy that meets their compliance and risk management requirements at a very low total cost of ownership.