San Francisco, CA — Driveway has deployed nearly 20 terabytes of EMC Enterprise Storage, providing a more powerful, reliable and secure infrastructure for the storage of professional and personal files for driveway.com members.
“Integration of EMC storage will help Driveway achieve carrier-grade status, remaining live continuously and equipping our members with reliable, 24/7, Internet storage,” said Chris Logan, chief executive officer, Driveway. “As an official EMC Proven Customer, we continue to lay the foundation for a top quality storage system that can expand with our rapidly growing member base.”
Providing nearly 40 terabytes of storage upon full system implementation, Driveway’s new back-end system is fully mirrored in real time. With the incorporation of EMC TimeFinder business continuance and PowerPath load-balancing software, Driveway has improved file accessibility and performance.
EMC Celerra File Server, a network-attached storage (NAS) solution, is also a core component of Driveway’s enhanced infrastructure. EMC Celerra provides Driveway with reliable, high performance network file sharing (NFS) services, and creates unprecedented availability, scalability, performance and ease of management.
Driveway offers members convenient and easy-to-use online file storage. Customers can save, access and share files from anywhere, anytime. The recently released driveway.com 2.0 provides personalized categorization and organizational tools, searchable file folders, at-a-glance activity reporting, Web page clipping, and two-way and category sharing tools.
San Francisco-based Driveway is the leader in Internet file storage. Through driveway.com, the company offers its members a reliable way to access, store and share digital information from any web-enabled computer. Driveway pioneered Internet-based file storage and has established relationships with Microsoft and Lycos.
For additional information, visit Driveway at http://www.driveway.com .