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Rorke Global Solutions Shows RGS Cold Storage Powered by SageCloud at Open Compute Project Summit

PHOENIX — Rorke Global Solutions (RGS), a business unit of Avnet, Inc.’s (NYSE: AVT) Electronics Marketing group in the Americas, gives a sneak peek at RGS Cold Storage powered by SageCloud™ during the Open Compute Project (OCP) Summit in San Jose, Calif. Experts will be on hand to demo the first-of-its-kind cold storage solution for archival, backup and big data. RGS Cold Storage powered by SageCloud is a cost-efficient way to store infrequently accessed data on disk. Designed for petabyte-scale data centers, the on-premise solution is ideal for financial services, healthcare, media and entertainment, government and cloud services markets.

Designed in accordance with OCP principles, RGS Cold Storage powered by SageCloud is the answer for IT professionals struggling with fixed budgets and what the International Data Corporation estimates will be a 50 fold growth in the digital universe through 2020. Industry analysts estimate that 80 percent of this data is written once and accessed infrequently. RGS Cold Storage powered by SageCloud allows IT managers to store this data at $.01/GB/month, a cost lower than any other disk-based solution.

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1 comment on “Rorke Global Solutions Shows RGS Cold Storage Powered by SageCloud at Open Compute Project Summit

  1. ChristopherJames
    October 1, 2018

    Organisations from different fields all require storage solutions to contain work data of many forms. We would usually think of the alternative cloud storage to be offered but it can only offer so much space. Usually in such a situation, organisations at times prefer having an on-premise data center that is easily accessible by staff members that offers a stable environment as well. This usually applies to organisations that deal with large amounts of data like medical and educational institutions to name a few.

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