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Hie Electronics Announces the Launch of Its TeraNimbus Cloud Archive and Backup and TeraNimbus Software
Date:7/26/2013

McKinney, Texas (PRWEB) July 26, 2013

Hie Electronics, a pioneer of innovation for long-term, scalable data storage solutions and the manufacturer of the TeraStack® Solution, announced today it has launched a new cloud-based archive and backup service called TeraNimbus™.    

TeraNimbus was launched on July 18, 2013 at the US Air Force Regional Telepathology Transition Summit in San Antonio, Texas. TeraNimbus provides customers with public and private cloud-based premium archive and backup services. TeraNimbus uses industry-leading archive technology in its storage architecture. See http://www.hie-electronics.com for system specs, whitepapers and videos. The system uses patented technology for 50+ year data integrity. This same technology has previously only been available to corporate and government agency clients as an onsite offering.

“Launching TeraNimbus is a significant milestone for both our company and our customers,” said Patrick Humm, Founder and President of Hie Electronics. “We now have a premium public or private cloud-based option for archive and backup that provides the same long-term data agnostic data integrity as our regularly installed systems.”

TeraNimbus can be customized based on the requirements of the user and can be configured as an onsite private cloud, hybrid cloud, or an offsite data-center-based cloud archive and backup platform.

Benefits of TeraNimbus over other cloud-based archive and backup options include:

  •     100% data integrity.
  •     Easy access through web enabled client.
  •     Deployed as account specific drop box; could not be easier.
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