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Continuum Announces New BDR Revive Solution
Continuum's Partners Can Maximize Profits by Injecting New Life Into Existing BDR Appliances With This Free Innovative Re-Imaging Technology
By: Marketwired .
Jan. 10, 2013 08:00 AM
BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/10/13 -- Continuum, a leading provider of managed services solutions, today announced the immediate availability of Continuum BDR Revive, a quick and easy way to breathe new life into existing backup and disaster recovery (BDR) appliances. Continuum BDR Revive is an intuitive, easy-to-use BDR re-imaging tool that upgrades Zenith Infotech, Dell AppAssure, Axcient, HEROWare, Chartec and other BDR hardware that meets minimum hardware requirements, into Continuum Vault appliances.
Continuum Vault is a complete end-to-end business continuity solution that features enterprise-class protection, instant virtualization, cloud-based replication and recovery, full monitoring and management support, and optional unlimited cloud storage. Backed by Continuum's world-class network operations center (NOC), on-site and cloud backups are monitored 24 x 7, ensuring that backup and disaster recovery performance objectives are always met.
"We've heard from many of our partners that they want to repurpose existing hardware that they have already invested in," said Michael George, CEO of Continuum. "The combination of BDR Revive and the Vault is a major win for our partners who want to leverage existing hardware investments and deliver industry leading BDR functionality while maximizing profits."
For a limited time, Continuum is offering BDR Revive for free until April 15 to its partners when they place a Continuum Vault order. For more information please visit www.continuum.net/bdrrevive or to place a Continuum Vault order, please go to www.continuum.net/vault.
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