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Stratus server meets market need for 'always-on' availability

14 November 2015

Stratus Technologies has released the next generation of its everRun software and ftServer platform to meet growing customer demand for always-on availability.

With increased storage and processing power, these latest versions support a variety of application needs from the data centre core to the network edge – transaction-type applications such as credit card payments requiring high human touch at the core, low touch data-based industrial automation applications at the edge, and the emerging wave of command-like applications such as smart highways and smart energy grids that require no touch.

Stratus’ virtualisation software portfolio includes everRun Enterprise and everRun Express, which provide a choice of availability services to meet application needs, in an easy and affordable manner. This latest release of the software brings improved and enhanced storage options. 

The eighth-generation of Stratus’s ftServer delivers continuous availability for business critical Microsoft Windows applications. Based on Intel’s latest E5-2600 v3 processors to provide over a 70 percent performance gain, Gen8 supports a wider range of edge and data centre environments with unmatched levels of downtime of less that 31.6 seconds per year. 

Stratus’ ftScalable Gen3 Storage fully integrates with ftServer to bring improved performance, storage management and availability enhancements for increased financial and operational benefits to the entry-level and mid-range data storage markets.

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