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Ranking
23rd
out of 27 in Data Replication
Views
18
Comparisons
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13th
out of 27 in Data Replication
Views
108
Comparisons
89
Reviews
0
Average Words per Review
0
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N/A
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Overview

Nondisruptively copy data within any Hitachi storage system or virtualized storage pool. Hitachi Thin Image snapshot software quickly creates copies for immediate use in decision support, software development and modern data protection operations.

Hitachi Universal Replicator satisfies the most demanding business continuity and disaster recovery requirements. This software asynchronously replicates data between Hitachi storage systems, over any distance.

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Net Credit Financial Group
Shandong Telecom
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Hitachi Thin Image is ranked 23rd in Data Replication while Hitachi Universal Replicator is ranked 13th in Data Replication. Hitachi Thin Image is rated 0.0, while Hitachi Universal Replicator is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Hitachi Thin Image is most compared with , whereas Hitachi Universal Replicator is most compared with Hitachi TrueCopy and Dell EMC RecoverPoint Continuous Remote Replication.

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