Hitachi Vantara Outlines Vision for Hybrid Cloud Data Storage at ‘The Road Ahead: Digital Infrastructure for the Data-Driven’ Event

Company Expands Storage Portfolio with Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure that Flexibly Addresses Demands of Enterprise, Cloud Native and AI Workloads

Hitachi Vantara, the digital infrastructure, data management and analytics, and digital solutions subsidiary of Hitachi Ltd. (TSE: 6501), today shared its vision for the future of hybrid cloud data storage at the event ‘The Road Ahead: Digital Infrastructure for the Data-Driven’.

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During presentations by president, Digital Infrastructure, Mark Ablett and chief product officer, Radhika Krishnan the company outlined steps it is taking to extend its industry leading storage virtualization capabilities to deliver a distributed hybrid cloud data fabric. The executives discussed a roadmap to combining hybrid cloud infrastructure solutions, unveiled today, with the software defined Hitachi Virtual Storage Software for block, virtualized across distributed environments, from edge to core to cloud.

The new hybrid cloud infrastructure solutions will help clients of all sizes cost-effectively meet the demands of enterprise, cloud native and AI applications, and lay the foundation for extending data fabrics to hybrid cloud environments.

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“Today we are excited to announce enhancements to our portfolio that will play a key role in the future of hybrid cloud data strategies,” said Mark Ablett, president of Digital Infrastructure at Hitachi Vantara. “Our new VSP 5000 series and E-Series hybrid cloud products deliver performance, consolidation, and enterprise class data services seamlessly on-prem, off-prem, and for cloud-based storage. Clients want agility and performance to meet the demands of digital business, and we’re delivering both.”

New Virtual Storage Platform (VSP) 5000 Series models, VSP E-Series, and Hitachi Content Platform (HCP) offerings are available now with non-disruptive upgrade paths and cloud-like management tools.

New VSP E-Series Delivers Performance and Capacity without Compromise
Hitachi Vantara today introduced new versions of its VSP E590 and E790 storage solutions for small and midsized enterprise clients. New hybrid storage options give clients the flexibility to consolidate diverse workloads in a single midrange platform. Integrations with leading cloud services platforms also help clients lay the foundation for extending data fabrics to the cloud. Aligned with our hybrid cloud data virtualization strategy, moving forward these arrays will have common data services and virtualization from our software defined and cloud hosted solutions.

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