Data, Inc. (MVD), a leading provider of Linux management framework software,
today announced an OEM agreement with NEC in Japan. Under the agreement, NEC
will offer its customers MVD Sync, which adds local and Internet distributed
replication functionality to NEC's enterprise NAS product line, iStorage NV
Series."NEC is a world leader in providing enterprise systems and storage," said Kenichi Hori, chief manager, First Computers Software Division, NEC. "With Mountain View Data, we can offer our customers added value for disaster recovery and data distribution with MVD's replication technology using secure communication in LAN and WAN environments."
MVD Sync will be available to NEC customers in Japan. The replication capabilities of MVD Sync add high-end functionality to NEC's iStorage NV series product line that delivers clustering, FC disks, NVRAM and TCP/IP Offload Engine (TOE) replication features.
Specifically, MVD Sync lets customers replicate distributed data locally or over the Internet, to support star-shaped distributed data architectures (main host data in the center with replication at surrounding network points either locally or over the Internet).
"MVD developed its network storage software and PowerCockpit Linux management framework software around technology originally created for high performance computing in National Labs and in demanding enterprise IT environments," said Cliff Miller, CEO of Mountain View Data. "We're honored that NEC has selected our MVD Sync product. It demonstrates the reliability, scalability and performance that our solutions offer customers from small business to global enterprises."
MVD Sync is offered as a standalone application as well as a software module in MVD's flagship PowerCockpit Linux management framework product.
PowerCockpit is used in high performance computing environments and in enterprise data centers to simultaneously manage up to thousands of Linux-based systems from a single management console. Its modular architecture enables easy integration with a range of data center infrastructure products -- including MVD Sync for data replication; MVD NAS for managing and storing Linux, Windows, UNIX and Macintosh data; as well as hardware monitoring to automatically identify and respond to hardware failures. PowerCockpit can provision a Microsoft Windows or Linux server in minutes and its multicast capability can simultaneously deploy security patches, data files, and custom application stacks to thousands of systems in seconds.
About Mountain View Data, Inc.
Mountain View Data (MVD) develops a Linux management framework software suite for high performance computing environments, enterprise data centers and OEM system vendors. The technology, a software architecture called PowerCockpit, is based on concepts originally developed at United States national laboratories. It includes modular software components for data replication, data synchronization, data provisioning and data snapshots, among others. PowerCockpit lowers the cost of computing management and increases reliability. With financial backing from Hitachi and Nippon Ventures, MVD is a private company with offices in the United States, Japan and China. For more information, please visit www.mountainviewdata.com.
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