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StorMagic Introduces StorSecure Integrated Encryption and Key Management and adds Linux KVM Hypervisor Support

BRISTOL, England–(BUSINESS WIRE)–StorMagic®,
simplifying storage at the edge, announced the addition of two new
solutions today, StorSecure™
Encryption and Key Management, and open source
KVM Hypervisor support as part of its hyperconverged infrastructure
(HCI) platform. In addition to StorMagic’s existing military-grade, FIPS
140-2 compliant data encryption, StorSecure includes an enterprise-class
key manager to store keys onsite, in the datacenter or cloud for just
$2,000 per site. Additionally, customers running HCI with KVM
hypervisors are able to reduce support and licensing fees by up to 90
percent. A two-server, highly-available KVM SvSAN solution includes
hardware, software and maintenance and can be deployed for less than
$10,000.

StorSecure’s key manager delivers incredible flexibility and is the
industry’s only solution that can be deployed anywhere for one low
price. Encryption keys can be generated and stored on premises at
customers’ edge sites, from a corporate datacenter or over the Internet
using the cloud. StorSecure encrypts data in-flight before it is written
to disk, and meets compliance regulations like HIPAA, PCI DSS and SOX.
Organizations with one to thousands of locations can now add encryption
and key management at each individual site at the lowest cost on the
market.

“StorMagic is excited to bring a new cost paradigm to the security
market at just $2,000 for encryption and key management no matter where
the keys are stored,” said Hans
O’Sullivan, CEO of StorMagic. “StorSecure customers can choose to
store keys at each site, in their own datacenter or using the cloud.”

SvSAN delivers high availability on any two x86 servers and can be
deployed on either VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V, and now, open
source KVM hypervisors like Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and CentOS.
SvSAN on a KVM hypervisor leverages open source tools that can be
tailored to meet customers’ exact requirements for edge deployments or
small datacenters. Deployment is fast and simple, and includes
step-by-step integration guides that alleviate common complexities
associated with open source projects.

“WIT_ONE has selected SvSAN on KVM as part of the core software stack of
our Silver Peak powered Everywhere Edge solution due to its simplicity
and low cost,” said Alexander Spoov, CTO, WIT_ONE, a global SD-WAN as a
service provider. “Moving to StorMagic and KVM has lowered the cost of
the solution by 64 percent with the reliability and performance expected
in an enterprise-class solution.”

Pricing and Availability
StorSecure and KVM hypervisor
support are now available. StorSecure is priced at $2,000 per site.
Pricing for a two-server KVM hypervisor solution and SvSAN Standard
Edition begins at $10,000 and includes hardware, software and
maintenance.

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About StorMagic
Established in 2006, StorMagic is
simplifying storage at the edge. Its virtual SAN makes edge computing
simple for everyone from large organizations with thousands of sites, to
companies running a single small datacenter. StorMagic offers customers
that are dissatisfied with the cost and complexity of external SANs a
highly available, two-server solution that is simple, cost-effective and
flexible. StorMagic was founded on the concept that technology has
become way too complex, and its core mission is to make the complex
simple. For additional information, visit www.stormagic.com.

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