Freeman Reports

Freeman Reports

A series of technical reports on data storage devices originally developed by Freeman Associates, Inc., Santa Barbara, CA (www.freemaninc.com). For more than two decades, they provided exhaustive detail about the disk and tape industry, including up-to-date data on technology, capacities, purposes, market share and future trends. In 1999, Freeman Associates discontinued the series, but turned over the tape market research and reports to Freeman Reports, Ojai, CA (www.freemanreports.com).
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In this article, executive editor Mark Brownstein spoke with Bob Abraham, president of Freeman Reports, who began looking at tape even before WestWorld started publishing.
StorageTek's ongoing leadership in the automated tape storage market rests in part in its ability to quickly and seamlessly integrate the latest tape drive technologies such as the LTO Ultrium 2 Fibre drive into its popular tape libraries," said Robert Abraham, president, Freeman Reports.
AIT's compatible suite of drives delivers effective backup, archiving and recovery to companies of all sizes," said Bob Abraham, president of Freeman Reports.
Abraham is principal analyst at Freeman Reports (Ojai, CA)
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After replacing its legacy backup platform with the multi-module capabilities of Simpana software, Freeman reports that it has reduced its window to backup critical data from eight to two hours and significantly lowered administrative overhead with centralized management and granular reporting.
Key tape analysts and reporters from premiere organizations such as Freeman Reports, Data Mobility Group and Computer Technology Review also participated.
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SMB and mid-sized enterprise customers are now, more than ever, seeking automated backup solutions that excel in complex and demanding environments, are simple to set up and administer, are extremely reliable, and most importantly are cost-effective," said Robert Abraham, president and storage analyst for Freeman Reports.
Tape continues to be the most cost-effective technology for storing large volumes of archival data," said Robert Abraham, president of Freeman Reports.
Overland was also acknowledged as a market leader for EMEA mid-range tape automation by IDC and Freeman Reports, highlighting strength in the tape library market as well.

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