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DataCore Software Lauds NY's Maimonides Medical Center for 12 Years of Setting Storage Virtualization and IT Best Practices

July 31, 2014



By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Computer Weekly News -- DataCore Software, a leader in software-defined storage, announced that Maimonides Medical Center, a leading independent teaching hospital, has been selected as the first recipient of the DataCore Healthcare Innovator Award.

The Brooklyn, NY-based hospital received this award as a result of the organization's accomplishments in leveraging storage virtualization to help drive staff productivity, cost savings and better operational performance. The flexibility of DataCore's software architecture has enabled Maimonides to meet the dynamic range of performance, availability and capacity growth demands needed to stay ahead of compliance regulations and their ever-changing applications and system requirements over the last 12 years.

"As a result of DataCore's software-defined storage platform, we have seen significant savings in hardware and personnel costs, while increasing the performance of applications," said Gabriel Sandu, CTO at Maimonides Medical Center. "DataCore's SANsymphony-V allows us to manage all these discrete systems from different vendors seamlessly and without compatibility issues, which gives us tremendous negotiating power to drive down costs."

Keywords for this news article include: DataCore Software, Hospital, Software.

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Source: Computer Weekly News


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