HP Virtualizes Storage for California State University to Support Scholastic Research

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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

HP today announced that California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) selected HP P6000 Enterprise Virtual Arrays (EVA) to deliver around-the-clock data access to its students and faculty, as well as increased storage capacity in support of scholastic research applications.
CSU Monterey Bay’s purchase of the HP EVA represents the 100,000th unit sold since the product family’s inception in 2001.
CSUMB, one of 23 campuses within the California State University system, already relied on a previous version of the EVA to store education plans and resources for more than 5,000 students and faculty for the past six years. With ongoing data growth and deployment of new applications for scholastic research, the university needed to update its storage systems to add capacity and flexibility.

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