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Tarmin Technologies

Tarmin Technologies is a leading provider of intelligent secondary storage solutions. Tarmin provides immediate access to information, E-discovery, and cloud storage management for critical enterprise data. Tarmins award-winning GridBank substantially lowers storage and IT CAPEX and OPEX, enables powerful and rapid E-discovery, search, and retrieval, and delivers uninterrupted access to corporate information. Tarmin delivers a unique, comprehensive, intelligent, and manageable approach that improves data and storage management, satisfies any organization regulatory, governance, and compliance requirements, and delivers a Green friendly storage solution. Tarmin was named one of the Nine Storage Companies to Watch by Network World Magazine in August 2009, while GridBank received Storage Magazine UK's One to Watch Award in June 2009. Tarmin is headquartered in Ongar, U.K., with North American offices in Palo Alto, California.

Our Website: http://www.Tarmin.com


Latest Content From Tarmin Technologies

Whitepaper: GridBank: Changing the Rules of Archiving

by Tarmin TechnologiesJul 30, 2009

GridBank delivers enterprise class secondary storage solutions optimized for unstructured content. Dramatic storage CAPEX and OPEX savings, full information lifecycle management, multi petabyte scalability, leading security, ease of integration/use are hallmarks of the GridBank solution. In this presentation, you will learn how GridBank efficiently addresses key concerns and enables storage managers to effectively manage rapidly growing volumes of file based fixed content.


Research Report: Taneja Group: GridBank: Comprehensive Archiving Solution

by Tarmin TechnologiesSep 15, 2008

A comprehensive archive solution can appeal to enterprises of all sizes, and large organizations with lots of data will be able to make compelling economic cases for deployment. But smaller companies should take note as well: GridBank offers a comprehensive archiving solution without requiring any custom integration, a value proposition that is attractive to companies that cannot afford to create their own solutions by integrating multiple vendors? archive products.