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Data Domain has added a 4-socket quad-core processor set-up and produced a top-end DD880 box with double the performance of its old range-topper, reminding everybody why EMC and NetApp fought so hard to get it. The DD880 has twice the performance of the previous top-of-the-range DD690 and achieves it by having a 4-socket quad- …

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Why no mention of FalconStor?

FalconStor has the reputation as the industry's fastest enterprise VTL/Dedupe. Combined with the fact that you can put it on top of any one else's storage (whereas Data Domain's enterprise solution is NOT a gateway and you are stuck with their junk disk) why wouldn't they be apart of the conversation? EMC uses a pared down version of FalconStor's VTL.

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Like a Ferrari?

So it could do with new drivers and is rather prone to failures, such as catching fire?

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Enterprise solution without HA?

So this monster enterprise solution from Data Domain is fast but missing HA capability? A Ferrari without brakes?

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Your Article Posted on March 9th, 2009

Falconstor/Sun wins speediest dedupe race

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/03/09/deduplication_performance/

The article mentions an ingestion rate of 11,000 MB/s, which I believe is 39TB/hour. Your Data Domain article mentions an ingestion rate of 5.4TB/hour

"The ingest rate of 5.4TB/hour is faster than any other backup/dedupe controller product, whether they do inline deduplication, (as Data Domain does,) post-process deduplication, or no deduplication at all."

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