Stanley International bets on automated storage


Stanley International bets on automated storage

Antony Savvas

Stanley International Betting has deployed an automated data storage system to improve its operations.

The betting firm has chosen Tandberg Data's StorageLibrary T40 platform. Stanley International's head office and main IT department of 15 is based in Liverpool, with its datacentre located in an outsourced hosted site in Malta, and remote offices in Brussels, Croatia, and Romania.

Andrew Waland, IT systems administration manager at Stanley International, said, "The Tandberg Data StorageLibrary T40 provides us with a belt-and-braces failsafe system that does not leak data."

Stanley International took advice from its channel partner Willow Starcom to decrease its eight-hour back-up window, and increase reliability and capacity over its existing tape autoloader.

Stanley has deployed two Tandberg Data StorageLibrary T40s - one residing in Malta, with an LTO-3 SCSI drive, and one in Liverpool, with two LTO-3 fibre drives for simultaneous back-up of head office functions.

To support European remote offices, three Tandberg Data LTO-2 HH rack mounted drives have been deployed.

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