Tegile Systems, a pioneer in primary storage de-duplication in virtualized server and desktop environments, announced today that its award-winning storage array has been chosen by Lynn University for the highly secure and separate storage environment that is being deployed for the upcoming presidential debate. The final debate will take place on the Lynn University campus October 22; the technology chosen had to meet the stringent and secure requirements of the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD).
A set of complex requirements were put forth by the CPD relating to the storage environment for this final debate. The IT team at Lynn University was very focused on working with technology providers who could provide dependable solutions able to be brought into a critical production environment with minimal risk. Tegile’s array is part of the technology platform that is running the entire debate’s voice and video communications.
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