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Rite Aid Manages Data Retention and Disaster RecoveryRite Aid Corporation implemented two Hitachi Data Systems HUS 130* storage arrays, powered by Intel® Xeon® processor LC3528, to deliver the performance and reliability necessary to meet the company’s complex and growing data requirements.ChallengeTo comply with new 10-year data retention regulations, Rite Aid reassessed its enterprise data storage infrastructure. After purchasing new equipment that didn’t prove to be reliable, Rite Aid knew it needed a more trustworthy solution that would keep pace with its storage requirements well into the future.SolutionRite Aid deployed two Hitachi Data Systems HUS 130 storage arrays to provide a highly automated and flexible technology solution. Powered by Intel Xeon processor LC3528, these devices provide a reliable foundation for data archiving and disaster recovery needs moving forward.Read the full Rite Aid Manages Data Retention and Disaster Recovery Case Study.
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