Texas Tech University System improves storage infrastructure TCA and TCO by adopting Caringo Swarm. With more than 50,000 end users throughout 200 departments, Texas Tech students, researchers, professors and others were sharing an IT infrastructure that was built out of a front-end file virtualization platform and a back end of multiple arrays with different characteristics. By migrating its primary storage environment to Caringo Swarm, Texas Tech was able to achieve the best total cost of acquisition while greatly improving the storage total cost of ownership and making the infrastructure future ready.
Texas Tech University Improves Storage Infrastructure TCA and TCO by Adopting Caringo Swarm
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