Poway, Calif – March 25, 2014 – BridgeSTOR, LLC, the company making cloud storage accessible, today announced that the Company’s CEO, John Matze, will deliver the keynote address at the prestigious annual ACSESS (Applied Computational Science and Engineering Student Support) event. ACSESS is SDSU’s outreach to industry program whose goal is to foster collaboration between academia and industry by bringing “real world” problems to PhD and MS students in the Computational Science and Engineering (CS&E) discipline.
CS&E is a growing field in which computational models are used to understand complex systems that manage massive amounts of data.
The 2014 event will be held at the San Diego State University's Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center on Friday, March 28, 2014 beginning at 12:00 P.M.
Matze will deliver his keynote titled: “How Big Data is Impacting Business” at 1:20 P.M. The address will focus on harnessing massive amounts of Cloud storage to the benefit of the business enterprise.
Here is a link to the event: http://www.csrc.sdsu.edu/acsess/acsess2014/index.html
Here is a link to the program: http://www.csrc.sdsu.edu/acsess/acsess2014/ACSESS_Program_2014.pdf
BridgeSTOR, LLC, headquartered in Poway, CA, near San Diego, is advancing the technology of data deduplication to bridge the gap between the data center and offsite storage. The company is extending the boundaries of data deduplication into virtual machine disaster recovery and archive, optimized virtual data transfer to the Cloud and the long-term retention of deduplicated data on magnetic tape. BridgeSTOR makes virtual machine data protection, disaster recovery and data archive simple, affordable and accessible to businesses of all sizes. The company brings data deduplication to both cloud storage and magnetic tape using on-premises Virtual Deduplication Appliances and the innovative “Deduplication as a Service” (DaaS) OPEX-only cost model to deliver a data protection experience that overcomes the limitations of traditional storage and networking as well as through negotiated terms and conditions with OEM customers.
Dawn Matze, President