Introducing SteelFusion™ 3.0: Branch Converged Infrastructure Transforms Branch Office IT Forever Riverbed pioneered the branch converged infrastructure market to address these problems by launching Riverbed Granite – now called Riverbed SteelFusion™. To date, the solution is helping customers centralize and protect an estimated 47 petabytes of branch data in their datacenter and consolidate an estimated […]
With Riverbed SteelFusion, Kentucky is saving more than $900,000 annually, keeping critical information safe, and reducing productivity hits caused by server failures SAN FRANCISCO – October 19, 2016 – Riverbed Technology, the application performance company, today announced that the Commonwealth of Kentucky is using Riverbed® SteelFusion™ as the foundation for a statewide IT modernization effort. Through […]
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In Brief Challenges Deliver data and applications to government offices across the state while dealing with constraints posed by long distances and limited bandwidth. Eliminate the financial risk of data loss at remote sites. Minimize productivity losses caused by site downtime. Solution A Software-Defined Edge solution powered by SteelFusion that centralizes remote IT infrastructure, data […]
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“With SteelFusion, instead of taking several days and never completing, the backup was instantaneous.”
Tier3 Technologies, LLC
Tier3 Technologies is a mid-west based company founded in 2005 by Michael Paynter, and is privately-owned. Paynter, an information technology veteran, envisioned a company that took the best of class delivery systems and built them to suit each enterprise's specific needs.