Purdue Pharma announces partnership with EMC Corporation
Dec 24, 2012 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
EMC Corporation, a provider of enterprise storage systems and software, has announced that Purdue Pharma LP has transformed its IT infrastructure with EMC, VMware and VCE technologies.
Purdue Pharma is leveraging these technologies to enable and accelerate virtualization and IT consolidation and achieved delivery of IT-as-a-Service (ITaaS) while enabling disaster recovery.
To help Purdue Pharma increase its ability to deliver new services, the company selected EMC Avamar deduplication backup software, RecoverPoint continuous data protection while leveraging support capabilities from EMC Global Services as well as VCE Vblock Systems for converged infrastructure and VMware vSphere. Purdue Pharma's new IT infrastructure supports its critical applications including Microsoft Exchange, SQL Server, SharePoint, Oracle, SAP and CRM.
Steve Rayda, chief technology officer, Purdue Pharma, said, "Faster time to market is critical as Purdue enters new areas where our exact IT requirements are not predictable.
"With the agility of an IT infrastructure built on EMC, VCE and VMware technologies, we can dynamically allocate infrastructure resources as needed. It has helped us to deliver services quickly and efficiently. Not only are we supporting the company's mission, but we're helping to do so more efficiently."
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