Rapid data growth, expanding virtual server deployment, and increasing datacenter consolidation projects have made traditional backup and recovery methods obsolete. CommVault has become an industry leader in developing new technologies that enable customers to easily and cost-effectively meet their data and information management challenges.
Over the past 15 years, CommVault has redefined data and information management by offering a single platform solution that enables companies to efficiently capture, move, retain, find, analyze and recover data from any storage tier. Simpana software reduces the need for manual management while also tiering data seamlessly and efficiently across physical, virtual and cloud environments for real cost savings of up to 50 percent, improved operations and reduced risk. Today, CommVault announced that more than 15,000 customers have deployed Simpana software as organizations around the world continue to trust in CommVault and the company’s single platform approach to data and information management to drive down costs, improve operational efficiencies and ensure access and recovery of data.
CommVault today announced that it has reached the 15,000 customer milestone as forward-looking IT organizations everywhere continue to turn to CommVault technology to modernize the way they protect, manage, access and recover data.
Companies worldwide are choosing Simpana software to reduce costs while driving significant operational efficiencies through the company’s Singular Information Management® approach, including: Australian Ethical; Bowman Gilfillan Attorneys; BYD Company Ltd.; Chivas Brothers; CITIC Securities Co., Ltd.; the City of Pasadena; GAF Materials; Huaxia Bank Ltd.; Interactive Intelligence; LG; LWG Consulting; Metro State College; National Computing & Information Agency (NCIA), Korea; Orbis Financials, India; Otago Polytechnic; Royal Cornwall Hospitals; Samsung; Skyworth Group Co., Ltd.; and Tianjin Port Information Technology Co.
According to IDC’s recent 2Q 2011 Worldwide Quarterly Storage Software Qview, CommVault experienced year-over-year growth of 38.3 percent in the data protection and recovery software market during the second calendar quarter of 2011. This outpaced the overall data protection and recovery market growth during the same period.
With major technology advancements, including increased virtualization scalability and performance, integrated source and target data deduplication, automatic and transparent integration with hardware array-based snapshots, as well as new tools that ease migration, CommVault has seen the total number of companies turning to Simpana 9 software for data reduction or to better manage virtualized environments increase by approximately 30 percent compared to the number of customers that purchased Simpana 8 within the first year of its release.
From its release in October 2010 through October 2011, sales of CommVault’s Simpana software solution has been growing at a quarterly average year-over-year rate of 32 percent.