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    Sungard AS’ New Storage as a Service Gives Flexibility to Scale Storage Capacity with Predictable Monthly Costs

    March 2, 2022

    The alternative to CapEx-heavy storage arrays provides an affordable solution for spiraling data growth

    WAYNE, PA— March 2, 2022Sungard Availability Services (Sungard AS), a leading provider of highly available, cloud-connected infrastructure in North America and Europe, today announced a new Storage as a Service (STaaS) solution that gives customers the flexibility to scale storage capacity with the comfort of predictable monthly costs, via standard per-terabyte (TB) pricing.

    Organizations today face skyrocketing data/capacity growth and costs to stay ahead of their storage demands. By 2025, IDC says worldwide data will grow to 175 zettabytes (175 trillion gigabytes)1, with as much of the data residing in the cloud as in data centers. Sungard AS Storage as a Service offers a simple, cost-effective and flexible experience for data storage in Sungard AS’ 45 global data centers.

    “Sungard AS Storage as a Service provides all the capabilities of enterprise storage but with OpEx pricing and minimum contractual commitments,” said Jim Paterson, Executive Vice President, Global Product & Technology at Sungard AS. “Many organizations have turned to STaaS providers like Sungard AS to address their exponential data growth and the performance needs of new applications, and we’re pleased to help them drive digital transformation success while optimizing their IT spend.”

    The new solution provides easy-to-connect storage across a wide range of block and file storage protocols, fully managed by a global team of Sungard AS storage experts. It leverages next-generation storage platforms designed for fast, scalable and resilient data storage.

    The service offers a range of competitively priced application-aligned performance tiers, multi- or single-tenant options, encryption at rest by default, and is backed by a 99.999% infrastructure availability service level agreement.

    Customers can contract from 1 TB upwards and burst up/down into their flexible, usage-based storage overhead as demand fluctuates.

    Available immediately at all Sungard AS data centers in North America and Europe, Sungard AS Storage as a Service is ideal for organizations with a range of diverse workload requirements that want to avoid long-term contracts or commitments, or simply want to outsource data storage procurement and management.

    About Sungard Availability Services

    Sungard Availability Services (Sungard AS) is a leading provider of cloud connected infrastructure solutions serving enterprise customers from 75 hardened data centers and workplace recovery facilities in nine countries. Sungard AS has a 40-year track record of delivering resilient and highly available hybrid IT solutions. Backed by high-performance networks, Sungard AS modernizes customers’ end-to-end IT across connected infrastructure, cloud, recovery and workplace solutions. Working with customers to understand their business objectives, Sungard AS identifies gaps in customers’ current environments and tailors a solution to achieve their desired business outcomes. Visit Sungard AS at www.sungardas.com or call +1 888 537-6519 in the U.S. or +44 808 238-8080 in the U.K. Connect with us on our blog, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube

    Sungard Availability Services is a trademark or registered trademark of SunGard Data Systems or its affiliate, used under license. The Sungard Availability Services logo by itself and Recover2Cloud are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sungard AS New Holdings III, LLC. or its affiliates. All other trade names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. ©2020 Sungard Availability Services. All rights reserved.

    The abbreviation for Sungard Availability Services is 'Sungard AS' as cited above. Please use 'Sungard AS' when abbreviating the name rather than 'Sungard' or 'SunGard,' which may confuse the reader with another separate company with a similar name.

    1Source: IDC, Data Age 2025: The Evolution of Data to Life-Critical - Don’t Focus on Big Data; Focus on the Data That’s Big, 2018.

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