ESG Lab Report: NetBackup CloudCatalyst Dedupe Technology.

Fast dedupe performance. Reduced cloud storage costs.

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Get your copy of the ESG lab review on enterprise-class cloud data protection with Veritas NetBackup CloudCatalyst 5240 Appliance.

ESG Lab confirmed that NetBackup configuration with a single NetBackup CloudCatalyst 5240 appliance, a new Veritas technology that dedupes and transfers data to the cloud.

NetBackup CloudCatalyst can sustain backup rates of up to 930 GB/hour with capacity and WAN bandwidth reduction of 90% or more.

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