Revinetix, a pioneer in Disk2Disk2Disk backup solutions, today announced First National Bank of Central Florida has selected Revinetix Sentio data protection appliances to replace its conventional tape backup system.
First National Bank of Central Florida is a full-service commercial bank serving the central Florida region.
First National Bank of Central Florida decided that its current archiving system should be audited to determine if there was a more efficient and cost effective way to archive its data. What the Information Systems staff at the bank identified was an affordable Disk2Disk2Disk backup system offered by Revinetix.
"The key factors that stood out about Revinetix' disk-based system were ease of use, minimal storage space requirements as compared to tapes, and affordability," said Wayne Cochran, vice president of information systems at First National Bank of Central Florida. "Revinetix is really there to meet the needs of small business. They provide a robust, affordable system and don't nickel and dime you with extra fees for remote backup agents or Exchange recovery."
The bank deployed Sentio Pro rack-mounted data protection appliances with 500GB capacity. The Disk2Disk2Disk system supports storage and protection of the institution's encrypted data.
"We have an enterprise-level system at an incredibly affordable cost," said Cochran. "While the ease of use and the reduced space required to store the disks compared to tape are of great benefit, the tremendous savings to our bottom line is what clinched the deal for this institution."
"Financial institutions need a proven backup solutions partner dedicated to helping them with data protection and to meet backup compliance regulations mandated by the banking industry," said Thomas G. Hogan, Revinetix president and CEO. "We have a deep portfolio of working in the financial sector and look forward to supporting First National Bank of Central Florida with disk-to-disk-to-disk backup appliance technologies to be more efficient and effective in their daily operations."