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

Premium service for long-term backup and archiving with no data migrations.
  •     Storage architecture built on Blu-ray technology, phase change, not magnetic.
  •     Longest life media available (50+ years).
  •     Private, hybrid and virtual cloud configurations available.
  •     Scalable based on customer needs -- simple billing.
  •     Customer-friendly TeraNimbus™ Software provides an easy and reliable interface.
  •     Flexible pricing based on storage usage.
  •     State of the art data center locations in several virtually disaster free locations.
  •     Fully meshed communications backbone architecture for reliable network services.
  • “We are pleased to be able to deploy this new offering with our TeraNimbus software that provides a user-friendly interface to the client,” added Humm. “TeraNimbus will allow clients needing an archive and backup solution to have a scalable premium offering that provides 50 plus year data integrity, but more important, piece of mind that their data is safe from migrations, de-duplication processes, degradation and loss.”

    Hie Electronics is a leader in the Active Archive™ data storage system technology industry and the manufacturer of the TeraStack® Solution, an Active Archive™. A sampling of Hie Electronics’ current customers includes the Department of Justice, AbbVie, Abbott Point of Care, Memphis Police Department, PrimeLending and the Dallas Museum of Art. Hie Electronics’ Technology License partners include General Electric (NYSE:GE).

    The TeraStack® Solution can be used for medical industry applications as well as financial services applications, crit
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