Imation Launches Data Center Services to Help Maximize Efficiency
Press release from the issuing company
Las Vegas, Nev. – (March 27, 2001) – Imation Corp. (NYSE: IMN), a worldwide leader in data storage and information management, today announced the formation of Imation Data Center Services, a comprehensive suite of professional and operational services to help data center and IT professionals improve data center efficiency. The services will be featured at the AFCOM Spring Conference & Expo, the industry’s premier show for data center professionals, March 27 – 28 in Las Vegas.
“In the data center, managing today’s exploding information growth continues to be reliant on the industry’s most reliable and scalable solution – the tape systems. Our customers tell us that they need help managing this increasingly complex function to help increase efficiency and better meet service level agreements,” said Frank Russomanno, general manager, Imation Corp., and president, Imation Data Storage and Information Management. “With nearly 50 years of tape cartridge technology leadership in data centers worldwide, Imation Data Center Services is a logical step in anticipating and delivering to our customers the resources they need to better manage the storage media lifecycle.”
Imation Data Center Services solve a range of data center challenges – from charting tape library operations against best practices for improved efficiency, to copy and conversion of nearly any tape media format to free up floor space.
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