FALCONSTOR HONORED WITH 2014 LISTNET LONG ISLAND SOFTWARE AWARD (LISA)
FalconStor® Network Storage Server (NSS) Named Winner of LISA for Business Continuity
MELVILLE, N.Y., May 7, 2014 — FalconStor Software® , Inc. (NASDAQ: FALC), a market leader in data protection and migration , has once again received a LISTnet (Long Island Software & Technology Network) LISA (Long Island Software Award) . FalconStor® Network Storage Server™ (NSS) was honored as a top software product for business continuity, giving enterprise customers the freedom to have data available when and where it’s needed. FalconStor will accept its award tonight at the LISTnet awards gala on May 7, 2014 at the Garden City Hotel. This is the fifth consecutive year, and eighth time, that a FalconStor product has been honored with a LISA.
FalconStor Business Continuity solutions are built upon NSS technology and include patented, award winning clustering, storage virtualization, replication, and automated disaster recovery (DR) technology. The solution protects local resources such as email, web services, and databases from going down in the event of hardware, networking, or site failure.
“Data needs to be available at all times to keep businesses running,” said Gary Quinn, President and CEO, FalconStor. “We offer flexible and affordable solutions to ensure business continuity and data protection in today’s complex and often mixed IT environments. Our ‘continuously available’ approach to storage management ensures no single-point-of-failure, and delivers the highest level of data availability and integrity.”
The moment connectivity is interrupted, FalconStor Business Continuity solutions enable IT departments to move services, applications, or virtual machines swiftly between floors, servers, storage platforms, and even between buildings. For intelligent storage virtualization and provisioning, FalconStor’s solution can consolidate storage resources into a virtual pool for simple and centralized management. The solution is also platform-agnostic allowing customers’ flexibility and freedom from vendor lock-in.
“Our continuity solutions allow customers to sleep more easily at night, knowing their data is well protected,” added Quinn. “FalconStor is committed to giving users the flexibility to manage their data as they see fit – whether it’s always accessible or easily recovered. We’re proud to offer 99.99 percent data availability that works in any heterogeneous storage portfolio.”
About FalconStor Software
FalconStor Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: FALC) is transforming how enterprises move, store, protect and optimize data. Founded in 2000, FalconStor offers an award-winning platform for data migration, business continuity, disaster recovery, optimized backup and deduplication. FalconStor helps maximize data availability and system uptime to ensure nonstop business productivity, while simplifying data management to reduce operational costs. Our open, integrated software solutions reduce vendor lock-in and give enterprises the freedom to choose the applications and hardware components that makes the best sense for their business. FalconStor solutions are available and supported by OEMs, as well as leading system integrators and resellers worldwide. FalconStor is headquartered in Melville, N.Y. with offices throughout Europe and the Asia Pacific region. For more information, visit www.falconstor.com or call 1-866-NOW-FALC (866-669-3252).
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