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back to article Shoden takes lego approach to de-duped mainframe VTL

Better mousetraps selling for less money seem a good idea in straightened times. That's what a South African system integrator has built and is using to expand into the UK. The product is QuickRecover, a de-duplicating mainframe virtual tape library (VTL). Shoden Data Systems partners with Hitachi Data Systems, Luminex, Data …

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Anonymous Coward

De duplicating

"strip out repetitive patterns at block level and so greatly reduce the amount of data actually written to disk."

Err...so what makes that different from conventional data compression?

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Coat

Surely

...If this is a Lego approach then it is "de-duplo"?

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