Redesigned website touts company’s wide range of software-based data storage, virtual computing and software-defined networking solutions.
Bloomfield Township, MI (PRWEB) May 05, 2014
Yottabyte, a rising star in software-defined data storage and datacenters, has rolled out a completely remodeled website. Revamped yottabyte.com features a more robust interface and cleaner design than the previous version, making information much more consumable and offering a better overall user experience.
With the new site in play, it’s never been easier for businesses to learn about Yottabyte’s innovative and cost-effective storage solutions, said Duane Tursi, Principal of Yottabyte.
“With the costs of data storage rising, administrators today must balance their needs against increasingly tighter budgets,” said Tursi. “The new site is designed to help administrators better understand how Yottabyte’s proprietary software-based services can help businesses save money and become more secure.”
Yottabyte offers software-based data storage, virtual computing and software-defined networking solutions from its offices in Bloomfield Township, MI. In April 2014 the company announced yStor 2.3, designed for companies that want to build scalable data storage infrastructures with information in multiple locations while keeping it protected and synchronized.
For a price as low as about one cent per Gigabyte per month, yStor 2.3 is the most affordable enterprise storage platform on the market.
Yottabyte is also the inventor of yCenter, its flagship software-defined datacenter. Built for server revisualization and cloud computing, yCenter allows users to seamlessly deploy applications, provision VMs and storage, and reconfigure the infrastructure in minutes, without changing the underlying hardware.
“From yStor to yCenter and our other technologies, Yottabyte can help businesses in a number of ways,” said Tursi. “Our new website should prove itself as a tremendous asset for administrators looking to better understand how Yottabyte can assist them with their data storage and affect their bottom line.”