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TwinStrata Unveils CloudArray Storage Gateway for HP Cloud Services

TwinStrata, Inc., the leading innovator of cloud-based data storage, backup and disaster recovery solutions, today announced immediate support for HP Cloud Services ( through its TwinStrata CloudArray storage gateway. In addition, TwinStrata is extending a limited time introductory offer that enables HP Cloud Services customers to store up to one terabyte (1TB) in the cloud through a free CloudArray cloud storage gateway at

As part of its agreement with HP, TwinStrata provides customers of the newly launched public beta service an easy and flexible way to augment their existing storage infrastructure with pay-as-you-go cloud storage.

"Organizations who seek to migrate elements of their infrastructure to the cloud often find backup, archival and disaster recovery to be ideal applications," said Nicos Vekiarides, chief executive officer at TwinStrata. "TwinStrata CloudArray enables customers to leverage HP's public cloud infrastructure by delivering the features, performance and security of enterprise-class storage solutions without the capital expenses or administrative burden."

Features such as dynamic caching, data replication, cloud snapshots, bandwidth throttling and scheduling, in-flight and at rest encryption, compression and deduplication, volume expansion and seamless integration with existing applications make TwinStrata CloudArray easy for businesses to deploy and adopt. Combined with HP Cloud Services, the solution gives customers immediate access to enterprise-class cloud storage, enabling them to accommodate data growth on-demand or meet archiving, data protection and disaster recovery needs, while paying only for the storage they actually consume.

Special Offer

For a limited time, TwinStrata is offering HP customers a free CloudArray cloud storage gateway for storing up to 1TB in the cloud. HP Cloud Services customers can download the free CloudArray virtual appliance at Within minutes, they can start integrating HP Cloud Object Storage directly into their on-premise environments with the look and feel of local iSCSI data storage.

Published Thursday, May 10, 2012 2:22 PM by David Marshall
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