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May 24 2011   8:56AM GMT

Global dedupe across remote sites on Sepaton’s roadmap

John Hilliard Profile: John Hilliard

While Sepaton Inc. has just expanded its line of data duplication disk backup systems this week, global dedupe isn’t included – at least, not yet.

As SearchDataBackup Senior News Writer Sonia Lelii reported on Monday, Sepaton’s S2100-DS3 lineup is designed to replace tape backups in use at remote sites and replicate data to backup devices.

But while Sepaton’s S2100-DS3 does not dedupe across remote sites, the company is looking to offer global deduplication across remote sites in the future for the DS3, according to Florin Dejeu, director of product management.

Sepaton currently supports global deduplication in its S2100-ES2 enterprise systems.

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